How to Move Indoor Plants Outside

Most of our indoors plants are kept in the house or at best on the balcony garden during the warmer days of the summer.  The most important thing to be aware is when it comes to bringing them outside is the about of shade they require and to avoid them burning or being stressed by the extra heath but at the same time, giving them the room to flourish.  Additional care is the amount of watering they need and for how long you leave them outside.  All plants will thrive outside but some are susceptible to conditions being too hot or too cold.  Make sure to bring the plants in when its raining heavy or when the sun is setting for the night.

Make sure to put them outside where they don’t receive direct sunlight but shaded or filtered light, probably a half shade would be ideal. As mentioned, avoid extreme conditions and protect them form severe temperatures like heavy rainfall, hail, scorching sun etc.

The right amount of care – One always need advice regarding household plants and more delicate gardening.  When it comes to plants, they require stability in their care, alternatively they can lead to health deterioration.

It is advised to bring inside all your household plants when it is the end of summer or when the evening have started to become cool again especially in early winter or late summer.   When you bring back inside, make sure to wash them off a little with warm water as they are not very much accustomed to the low humidity and light conditions.

Keep them protected from insects and any potential disease. A daily examination is recommended especially when you bring them inside your home again after being outside.