Answer: Coleus will adapt to a range of light conditions indoors. The more light, the more they will grow and the more water they need as a result. They also tolerate a range of temperatures but object to being cold; average to warm household temperatures should be fine. Wilting or browning could be caused by several factors ranging from cold, to being potbound, to an insect problem. The plants also seem to eventually become woody and go into decline, so many people will take cuttings to start vigorous new plants from old favorites.
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