Category: Indoor Gardening -Winter

Winter Blooming Plants
Lauren Willshire

7 Winter Blooming Houseplants to Brighten Your Indoor Space

As winter takes hold, the outdoors may seem devoid of color, but that doesn’t mean your indoor space has to follow suit. There are numerous houseplants that burst into bloom during the winter months, bringing warmth and vibrancy to your home. Here are 10 delightful winter bloomers to consider. 1. Holiday Cactus (Schlumbergera): As the

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Lauren Willshire

Winter Houseplant Care: How To Keep Your Plants Alive 

Winter can be an interesting time to be a plant parent. There are a lot of different hurdles to overcome and not everyone’s experience will be the same. Some may experience chronic dryness and leaf loss, while others may experience melting leaves and pest invasions. Others still may not have any issues at all. It

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Lauren Willshire

Houseplants That Thrive In Winter

For a lot of plants, wintertime means slower growth or no growth at all. Some plants even go dormant. It can also mean that there will be leaf drops. It will be yellowing leaves. You might also see an uptick in pests like thrips, and mealybugs, and spider mites. A lot of times in wintertime

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Lauren Willshire

Winter plant care tools

During the Wintertime, there are going to be less light and cooler temperatures. A lot of plants are not going to be in their growing season at this point but there are some plants that will be in their growing season and you can use these things to help them as well. It just really

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Indoor Gardening

Why do people bring their plants in for Winter? 

The biggest reason is that generally house plants are tropical plants and if it gets too cold in the Wintertime (especially if they are in a pot and not in the ground) these plants are not going to survive, unfortunately.  So it is not safe for the plant. It can harm the plant’s roots and

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Indoor Gardening

How to Help Indoor Plants Survive During the Winter

When colder temperatures hit, that’s usually the cue to prepare any outdoor plants for the winter season. But not as many people know that indoor plants are also susceptible to changes in the seasons. Here are some tips to help indoor plants survive during winter. Regulate Temperature as Much as Possible Colder temperatures outside usually

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Winter Blooming Plants
Lauren Willshire

7 Winter Blooming Houseplants to Brighten Your Indoor Space

As winter takes hold, the outdoors may seem devoid of color, but that doesn’t mean your indoor space has to follow suit. There are numerous houseplants that burst into bloom during the winter months, bringing warmth and vibrancy to your home. Here are 10 delightful winter bloomers to consider. 1.

Read More »
Lauren Willshire

Winter Houseplant Care: How To Keep Your Plants Alive 

Winter can be an interesting time to be a plant parent. There are a lot of different hurdles to overcome and not everyone’s experience will be the same. Some may experience chronic dryness and leaf loss, while others may experience melting leaves and pest invasions. Others still may not have

Read More »
Lauren Willshire

Houseplants That Thrive In Winter

For a lot of plants, wintertime means slower growth or no growth at all. Some plants even go dormant. It can also mean that there will be leaf drops. It will be yellowing leaves. You might also see an uptick in pests like thrips, and mealybugs, and spider mites. A

Read More »
Lauren Willshire

Winter plant care tools

During the Wintertime, there are going to be less light and cooler temperatures. A lot of plants are not going to be in their growing season at this point but there are some plants that will be in their growing season and you can use these things to help them

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Why do people bring their plants in for Winter? 

The biggest reason is that generally house plants are tropical plants and if it gets too cold in the Wintertime (especially if they are in a pot and not in the ground) these plants are not going to survive, unfortunately.  So it is not safe for the plant. It can

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

How to Help Indoor Plants Survive During the Winter

When colder temperatures hit, that’s usually the cue to prepare any outdoor plants for the winter season. But not as many people know that indoor plants are also susceptible to changes in the seasons. Here are some tips to help indoor plants survive during winter. Regulate Temperature as Much as

Read More »
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