Celosias are one of the most eye-catching annuals to grow in the garden. Technically speaking, however, they are tender annuals, as they are perennial in Zones 10 to 12.
Similarly one may ask, can coleus survive the winter?
A coleus plant is hardy, able to survive in both a container indoors and in the soil outside. However, being a warm weather loving plant, it will not survive a harsh, cold winter. When the weather begins to turn cold you will need to take some precautions to ensure a healthy coleus in the spring.
Do coleus plants like sun or shade?
Conditions: Coleus are tender tropicals that are generally grown as annuals because they are hardy only in USDA Hardiness Zone 11. They like warm soils with decent drainage. They are not happy in overly dry conditions. Coleus will grow in full sun to medium shade, but their colors are most vivid in full sun.
Can you grow coleus in the house?
Coleus plants are members of the Mint family! There are over 3,500 members of this big, big plant family. These tender annuals can be grown from seed or cuttings. They like sunshine, but tolerate shade very well, making them a great indoor houseplant.