Answer: Euryops is a native of South Africa and should be wintered over indoors in cold climates. Taking your plants inside is probably the best course of action. Expect them to drop some leaves as a natural reaction to the changes in temperature and humidity. As your plants adjust to these changes, they will stop losing leaves. You can prune to remove any browning leaves. As for all houseplants, bright light, average household temperatures, occasional misting with plain water, and keeping the soil moist but not soggy wet should help your Euryops get through the winter season. When you take them back outdoors next spring they should overcome the stress of being indoors and flourish. Best wishes with your Euryops!
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