COLORBLAZE® WICKED WITCH™ Coleus

(3 customer reviews)
  • Two Toned Ruffled Leaves,
  • Easy to Grow,
  • Foliage Interest,

COLORBLAZE® WICKED WITCH™ Coleus

(3 customer reviews)
  • Two Toned Ruffled Leaves,
  • Easy to Grow,
  • Foliage Interest,

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(Coleus) A Garden Crossings favorite! In my trials, ColorBlaze® Wicked Witch™ Coleus did not disappoint. Standing 24-40 inches tall and spreading up to 36” wide, this coleus is sure to be a thriller in containers as well as in the landscape. The deep burgundy/black foliage is heavily serrated and edged in a bright chartreuse green border. ColorBlaze® Wicked Witch™ coleus is grown for its foliage interest in full sun to full shade gardens. The ColorBlaze® series of coleus have been bred to bloom very late in the season so that you rarely will see a flower. If flowers start to form or if your plant is getting taller than desired, we recommend pinching it back to your desired height. The plant will, in turn, produce more foliage for a fuller-looking plant. We recommend planting in full sun for the richest flower color. ColorBlaze® Wicked Witch™ is great for planting in mass, as a border, or in container designs. I personally love my ColorBlaze® Wicked Witch™ coleus underplanted with the Superbells®. (The Superbells® did get lost by the end of the summer)

COLORBLAZE® WICKED WITCH™ Plectranthus scutellarioides
Common Name: Coleus
Plant Type: Annual
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® Annuals
Hardiness Zone: 10, 11What is my zone?
Max Height: 24 – 40 Inches
Max Spread: 18 – 36 Inches
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.), Full Shade (0-4 hrs.)
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Design Use: Border, Container, Massing
Container Design: Thriller
Season of Interest (Foliage): Spring, Summer, Fall

3 reviews for COLORBLAZE® WICKED WITCH™ Coleus

  1. Carol H

    I love the wicked witch…an awesome plant …I have it in a large black pot looks great growing wonderfully…I have calibrochoa in there they haven’t done as well getting ready to put creeping jenny in with it…hoping I can overwinter it@

  2. Patt T.

    This one is a beauty, and of course I planted with Lemon Coral Sedum out in the garden. Trying a different one each year, adds so much interest and structure to any planting area you choose to use it in. Bright and eye-catching!

  3. Jennifer N

    Amazing plant. All the plants I received were in great condition. This one took off and became a statement planter in our garden. Truly stunning. I got alot of compliments.

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