Answer: Coleus is an annual so the only way to keep it going is to continually take cuttings to root, and grow them indoors during the fall and winter months. Mums are a different story because they are perennial plants. They will go dormant over the cold winter months and perk right up in the spring. If you decide to take cuttings of your coleus you can root them in water or in potting soil and keep them under a gro-light or in a bright windowsill. Enjoy!
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