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In The Garden…June 15, 2016: Sprinkler Fail [Video] (3:34)

In The Garden…June 15, 2016: Sprinkler Fail 

In this episode:

  • A neighbor’s sprinkler fails and I talk about the importance of preventive maintenance
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In The Garden...June 15, 2016: Sprinkler Fail

 

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From Wikipedia…

Coleus

was a

genus

of

flowering plants

in the

family

Lamiaceae. In recent classifications, the genus is no longer recognized, and the formerly included species are instead placed in the genera

Plectranthus

and

Solenostemon

.

[1]

[2]

Because the

type species

,

Coleus amboinicus

(

Plectranthus amboinicus

) is now placed in

Plectranthus

,

Coleus

is regarded as a

synonym

of

Plectranthus

. The term “coleus” is often used as a

common name

for species formerly placed in the genus

Coleus

that are cultivated as

ornamental plants

, particularly 

Coleus blumei

(

Plectranthus scutellarioides

), which is popular as a garden plant for its brightly colored foliage.

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