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Question: Can Celosia be brought in as an indoor plant?

Answer: Some shade-loving annuals will grow indoors, but sun-lovers such as Celosia will probably be a disappointment. They thrive in bright sunshine - something that's difficult to duplicate indoors. Celosia may grow for a while inside, but it probably won't bloom. You might try growing lobelia, impatiens or pansies indoors if it's flower color you want.

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