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  • FlameThrower™ Cajun Spice
    ‘UF15-11-3’ PPAF
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Sriracha
    ‘Balflamsira’ EU PBRAF, PP32,342
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Salsa Roja
    ‘UF15-97-9’ PP31,425
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Serrano
    ‘UF15-6-28’ PP30,970
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Salsa Verde
    ‘UF14-24-1’ EU PBRAF, PP29,820
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Habanero
    ‘UF09-8-37’ PP27,077
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Chili Pepper
    ‘UF08-19-10’ PP27,078
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Chipotle
    ‘UF12-82-3’ PP27,288
    (Flowering Only License)

  • FlameThrower™ Spiced Curry
    ‘UF12-73-5’ PP27,499
    (Flowering Only License)

FlameThrower™ Coleus
FlameThrower™ Coleus
  • The stunning colors and patterns thrive in full sun and shade.
  • Versatile, premium varieties are very late to never-flowering.
  • Low-maintenance, high-impact plants are perfect for large pot programs and landscaping.
  • Compact-to-medium coleus features bold foliage colors ideal for small pots and mixed containers.
  • Its uniquely colored and shaped leaves add texture in the garden and containers.
Varieties
Ryan Kenny
Ryan Kenny
Culture Research Technician

FlameThrower coleus are naturally compact. Growing them is a breeze, especially when you follow the regional culture recommendations below that I’ve been working on.

Western Region

While a pinch will always benefit a coleus crop, we have new research that shows FlameThrower is successful with no pinch and no PGR for a target week 15 finish.

Midwest, Canada and Northeast Region

Our latest culture trial study in the Midwest proved that FlameThrower can be grown with no pinch and no PGR for a week 18 target date.

South and Southeast Region

After extensive trials, our recommendation is that pinch is recommended, as it eliminates the need for PGR in most growing conditions.

picture of Flamethrower Serrano Coleus
NEW Serrano with no pinch and no PGR grown in West Chicago, IL.