Embrace Winter’s Indoor Charm
Transform your home into a cozy haven with our selection of Indoor Plants. From the elegant Poinsettia to the stylish Christmas Cactus, our selection brings life and cheer to your winter decor. Dive in and embrace the magic of winter with the lush greenery that awaits you!
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Princettias are a naturally compact plant and are a great option for a holiday centerpiece or festive tablescape.
Repotting is typically best during the spring or summer when plants are in their active growth stage. If your plant is root bound or experiencing other issues, you can take extra care to make sure that it adjusts to its new container in the dormant season. Pay attention to light, water, dropping leaves, or slow growth to give your plant what it needs!
It depends on the plant! Most common houseplants enjoy temperatures between 65-75 during the day and slightly cooler at night. It’s important to make sure that your houseplants don’t get an extreme fluctuation of temperature from a door or vent. Always monitor your plants and make adjustments as needed.
Preventing common winter pests from infesting your indoor plants is essential to keep your plants healthy during the season. Here are some helpful tips to prevent and manage indoor plant pests in winter:
- Inspect Your Plants: Winter is a fun time to bring gardening indoors! Make sure to inspect your plants before bringing them in for the winter and always inspect any new plants.
- Isolate Plants with Pests: If you notice signs such as discolored leaves, tiny insects, or webbing make sure to move that plant away from others so it doesn’t spread.
- Maintain Happy Plants: A regular routine of water, pruning, cleaning and proper air circulation will keep your plants thriving through the winter!
If you do encounter a pest problem despite your efforts we recommend Bonide® Neem Oil, or visit your neighborhood store with your specific problem and we can find a product that will work for you!
A couple things to monitor to ensure that your house plants are getting enough light:
- Leaf Color: If your plants’ leaves are vibrant and start to fade, this could be a sign of insufficient light.
- Leaf Drop: Your plant may drop its lower leaves to help the upper leaves get more energy.
- Stretched Growth: If your plant starts growing long stems with widely spaced leaves, it may not have enough light as it is trying to stretch toward it.
- Leaning Plants: If your houseplant is starting to lean toward your windows, it’s a sure sign they are reaching for light! Make sure to move to a sunnier location or rotate weekly!
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