Coleus has a soft place in my heart, as do potatoes, because they were the first two plants I grew with ease. They have a fast reward and are easy to propogate. That makes them really great for beginning gardeners with black thumbs. This variety brightens up areas with dark green foliage and is especially pretty next to purple flowering plants.
A little bit of pretty.
Quote I’m Thinking About Right Now:"Be kind. Everyone is fighting a great battle." -St. Athanasious
…from one of my many clippings:"One adventure is over; it is time for another. I have a different kind of work to do now. I am growing into a new season. At the water's edge, watching the tiny, teeming life of that mysterious place between high and low tides, the intertidal zone, I begin to accept the relentless flux that is the condition of these days. I am not old and not young; not betrothed and not alone; not broken and yet not quite whole; thinking back, looking forward. But present. These are my intertidal years. " -I wish I remember who wrote it. It came from the NYT Magazine or Oprah's Mag.