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A low growing perennial generally grown as an annual. Grown in full sun to shade, does better in the cooler weather and often goes out of bloom when it gets hot. Look for heat tolerant cultivars. Cut back after first bloom, fertilize and water to maintain flowering in the summer.


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Dusty Miller

My dust millers this year are the best and biggest ever for some reason (Maine). Can they, in individual pots, be kept inside for winter and put back out? Also the same question for coleus. Thank you.

Answer

They may survive if you bring them inside but they will most likely loose their vigor and become lanky and colorless. In mild climates they can be grown as perennials but unfortunately in your part of the country both the dusty miller and coleus are best grown as annuals. Happy Gardening!

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