The scaredy-cat plant ( Coleus canina) is a growing falsehood. It’s neither a member of the Coleus family nor does it have anything to do with dogs or canines. This attractive perennial herb is actually an aromatic member of the Mint family. They’re native to southern Asia and eastern Africa, and they attract butterflies and bees.
Coleus caninus, synonym Plectranthus caninus, is a herb from the mint family Lamiaceae, native to southern and eastern Africa from Angola to Sudan and to India and Myanmar. A plant sold under the name Coleus canina or scaredy cat plant is supposed to scare off cats and dogs.
“Coleus canina,” or the scaredy-cat plant, is a perennial with mint-like leaves, blue flowers, and a distinct odor. Learn how to care for this unique plant. Coleus Canina Guide: How to Care for the Scaredy-Cat Plant - 2022 - MasterClass
With a sharp shearing scissor, cut a 4- to 6-inch long stem tip. Make sure to cut right beneath a leaf node along the stem. Remove all leaves from the lower half of the cutting. Dip the end of the stem in a rooting hormone compound, then plant it in a moist potting mix so the soil covers the exposed leaf nodes.
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