Morphnon-cold-resistant annual grass
Corius (scientific name: Coleus) is native to Malaysia and is a non-cold-resistant annual grass of the family Lamiaceae. It is a foliage plant with leaf color and pattern colorful and varied, the viewing period is long from spring to late autumn. In the summer, blue small flowers similar to Shiso(Perilla frutescens var. crispa) flowers bloom. There are many gardening cultivars, most of them are Coleus blumei, but some varieties are Colieus Pumilus which are small in size and distorted in stems. The genus "Coleus" is Latin, meaning "sheath".
Common name: Coleus, scientific name: Coleus, aka: kinran ziso , nishiki ziso, coleus, Painted nettle, Place of Origin : 20 to 80 cm leaves ornamental period: April to November, leaf color: yellow spotted in green · green · variegated in white · variegated in red · violet · purple brown, leaf shape: Fruits similar to perilla · Frill · Notch Flower color: light purple, flowering period: June to August.
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arraySpike Inflorescence
SeasonJun Jul Aug
Height20 ~ 80 [cm]
Diameter0.2 ~ 0.3