Coleus after killing frost
I am a rank amature so if my question displays my ignorance . . . well I have already admitted my lack of experience in the garden. We planted a number of coleus plants in front of our house and they did very well. A week ago we had our first killing frost and well it killed or mostly killed the Coleus plants. There are a few shoots that have not been killed but the rest of the plants look quite bad. Should I cut them back?
Re: Coleus after killing frost
Coleus are annuals and will not come back. Cut them now or later it doesn't matter other than to clean up your garden.