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  • Stephanie Mason

    sweet potato vine and coleus. Ideas for the new house!

  • Amanda Baker

    Four varieties of coleus pair beautifully with chartreuse and black sweet potato vine in potted plants. Glorious color, low maintenance, and cheaper than perennial flowers

  • Malmborg's Garden Center

    You can create a colorful combination with only non-flowering plants; here with coleus and sweet potato vine.

  • Jennifer Stanhope

    sweet potato vine and coleus, container gardening- pic

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in potted plants. Glorious color, low maintenance, and cheaper than perennial flowers

Container-wow the color!! I wonder if we could build containers around our trees and put lovely shade plants in

Elephant Ear paired with Coleus and Sweet Potato Vine gives an interesting shape to this container planting.

Coleus mix..easiest plant to save seeds & grow..thrifty! and will come up on their own in my pots. love it!

I really like this combination of coleus and sweet potato vines for a shady pot on my front porch.

Gorgeous planter; 4 coleus, a sweet potato vine and a red spike

Potato vine, silver lotus vine, "million bells," stipa grass, purple coleus

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The best window box is the one you can't see. Whatever you planted in there should be so happy that it cascades down the wall to spill onto the sidewalk, threatening to trip passersby. Coleus, sweet potato vine, and caladium: They like a little shade, which makes them the perfect combination to plant beneath a balcony or eave. Water them every day. Image via Stately.

Window Box planted with lime green sweet potato vine, 2 varieties of coleus (purple and red), caladium and white impatiens. SO SO PRETTY!!

I love this dazzling display of coleus, fountain grass, sweet potato vine, and variegated trailing viola.

Coleus. Grow coleus for its fantastic foliage -- there are hundreds of varieties, and they feature leaves splashed, spotted, streaked, and otherwise colored with shades of chartreuse, purple, pink, red, black, and green. Make eye-catching combinations by growing a few varieties of coleus together -- or complement your favorite flowers with coleuses that have similar leaf colors.