Caring for Indoor Plants in Cooler Months
The best way to keep indoor plants warm during the cooler months is to put them in a warm room, rather than one that gets cold. Most indoor plants are from tropical regions of the world, and they can’t stand the cold. The ideal temperature for growing plants indoors is 60-75 degrees F. Another way to keep indoor plants warm is to add an energy saving space heater to the room. Just be sure to place the heater several feet away from your plants to prevent damage!
Green Tips to Keeping Indoor Plants Happy This Fall/Winter
- MOVE PLANTS CLOSER TO THE SUN, BUT NOT TOO CLOSE
- DUST YOUR PLANTS OFF
- CLEAN YOUR WINDOWS
- PLAY MUSIC
- KEEP THE SPACE WARM
- MAINTAIN HUMIDITY
- GET RID OF PESTS IN A GREEN WAY
- MIST YOUR PLANTS
- WATER YOUR PLANTS LESS
- NO FERTILIZER NEEDED
Taking care of indoor plants in the fall/winter can be a challenge. But now that you’re equipped with these tips, you can easily grow beautiful plants all year round. Your healthy indoor plants will thank you come spring!