Annuals shriveling up and dying .. what am I doing wrong??
About a week ago, I planted some coleus in a bed in front of my house. It faces north and is under a big magnolia tree, so it is very shady. As is typical of most everything I plant, they have promptly started shriveling up and dying. A couple of them have holes in the edges of the leaves like something is eating them, but others are just turning brown. I don't see anything obvious on them. Any ideas or things I should look for? Are they just not getting enough sun? I am in Houston, TX, zone 9.
Thank you so much for any advice!