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My plants have been living nicely in my garage since the first of November. Some have continued to bloom and new growth is starting. They think it is spring just like me.
Good Tuesday morning William. Yes, I put the plants in the greenhouse. We have some 80-year-old Boston ferns.
Not in the tropics! Whatever we grow in pots just stays there. Here on Kauai most mainland "houseplants" are our landscape plants and amaze new tourists. Mainland indoor ficus benjamina is a 40+ foot tree here.
I only bring my potted herbs inside. I have an amazing rosemary plant that I will enjoy all winter.
Absolutely, if we didn't bring them in they would all die.
The opposite. Now I can put plants out! (AZ, still upper 80s) :)
Only when I think go new batch of soil bugs and other creeping things will improve my living environment.
Yes. The geraniums add color in the office and house throughout the winter and then look like they are on steriods by the time they are ready for the Spring planting! They grow like crazy in winter!
We usually try and protect them from the frost.
I was doing that until a frost they did not forecast snuck up and bit my plants with the winter freeze.
Yes, I do...I enjoy them outside so much more, LOL, because it's easier to water them, but they will live inside once the temps drop down close to freezing.
No, I have cats, so my one indoor plant lives in the kitchen window sill all year round, the rest are planted annually.