Do You Ever Bring Outside Plants Inside to Enjoy a Little Longer?
I don't do this every year, but every once in a while I'll bring in a plant or two from outside especially if they are still thriving. I'll try to continue to grow them as long as possible into the winter months. Some years I'm not very successful at all, and I think that is mainly due to them not enjoying gas heat, but I don't really know. I think that certain plants are probably easier to grow inside than others and of course how well they do may be determined by the type of lighting or amount of windows that you have. When people do bring them inside I'm sure they tend to be annuals more than perennials since the latter will grow again the next year and the next. (This is my first poll and I'll probably think of more questions to ask later on, but I see that I can't edit this so live and learn I guess). I brought in both a begonia and geranium and they both have new growth after I snipped off all the dead sections. I'll have to see how long they last. I tend to forget to water my plants sometimes. I'll have a picture in another post soon.
Do you ever bring outside plants inside for the winter?
If you bring them inside, do you only do it when you know they will do well?
Do you ever bring them inside even knowing they might die sooner rather than later?
Do you never bring outside plants inside at any time of the year?
Do you ever bring them inside, but not necessarily for the colder months?
Do you have a garden outside, but not bother with flowers in the house?
Do you only have room for a few flowers or greenery in the house but not outside?
Do you have one or more cats and therefore cant have plants of any type?
Are you allergic to flowers?
Did I miss the a question? Lol.