Let me ask the obvious: Coleus surviving outdoors in winter
This might be just too obvious to most gardeners -- and therefore never been discussed. But since I did not find a thread on this topic in my search, let me ask:
In Bay Area weather (my zone is SS 15-16), is there any way I can get coleus to survive in winter?
I have put them under the canopy of New Zealand Flax in a container and plan to place it facing south-west, under an eave. Would that be sufficient to make it survive?
Thanks in advance -- I guess I am hoping that someone will share with me a secret to perform a miracle.