Whether you’re looking for beautiful blooms to brighten your winter landscape or testing specimens that are specially adapted to colder climates, these flowers will do the trick!
Winter daphne (Daphne odora)
Mahonia x media ‘Charity’
Algerian iris (Iris unguicularis)
Basically, the winter season means plants need some good care. Although indoor plants may be more privileged than outdoor plants during the winter, they still need to be looked after. there are some important tips and tricks that may be helpful.
- Do not over-water your plants. This is a major reason behind the death of plants. And it’s necessary to prep a planter that has drainage holes help to channel out the excess water.
- Most plants are sensitive to temperature variations. We can prep one or several temperature controllers to set/control the ideal temperature for conducive plant growth. Proper humidity is important too, a mister bottle, a humidifier and a smart sensor may help for this.
- Put plants in light to ensure they can get as much sun as possible.
- Dust off the plants with a wet or damp cloth, cotton, or sponge to help them survive, whilst looking fresh and clean.
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