The Q&A Archives: Coleus in Cold Weather

Question: Should coleus be brought in during the winter? The weather gets down to freezing.

Answer: Coleus is a tender annual that will perish in cold weather. Take your plant indoors, pinch the stems back, and place it in a sunny location. It should produce new stems and colorful leaves for the rest of the winter.

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