Is the Dark-Colored Coleus toxic?
Yes, the Dark-Colored Coleus is slightly toxic to humans and moderately toxic to animals. When brushed or ingested by humans some skin or stomach irritation may occur. When brushed or ingested by animals, symptoms ranging from skin and stomach irritation to body tremors and breathing complications (in very severe instances). Avoid placing within reach of any pets or children.
What’s the ideal temperature?
The Coleus enjoys room temperatures ranging from 65° - 75° F (24° - 27° C). Avoid placing your plant near drafty windows, as well as next to direct sources of heat.
What’s the ideal humidity level?
The Coleus is used to high humidity environments, but it also excels in average household humidity. To increase the humidity it experiences in your home, occasionally mist your plant using a water bottle.
Does It purify the air?
No, the Dark-Colored Coleus is not a natural air purifier.