small spaces - welcome

plants indoors and out

 Back to Forum

Posted by UNKNOWN 14 Dec 2009 - 10:03:00 AM

I have several indoor vines, which don't seem to mind being moved around as the light demands.
I also have some tropical plants which can move in and out to a covered balcony as long as I gradually accustom them to the changes. They don't grow as large doing this, which is actually a plus. A few that did get large have moved out permanently. I've done better with this method than getting them to live inside permanently, probably due to lack of light in many spots.

Comments (1)

Re: UNKNOWN 14 Jan 2010 - 10:41:00 AM

I do this with some flowering pot plants especially when I don't have any cut flowers available.

Tell our Plant Selector what you want & like and we'll search thousands of plant profiles for compatible matches

Plant of the Day

Bird Lime Tree

Plant type: evergreen tree or shrub
H: 20m W: 5m
Sunlight: hot overhead sun to dappled light

Find out more
coastal style

Fast Facts

coastal style
Second-line plants tolerate salty air and soils but with protection from the direct force of the strongest winds behind first-line plants or some other barrier.

Palmetto

Palmetto Soft Leaf Buffalo is ideally suited as a lawn in many applications.



More products

Get the Plant Selector's full features plus news, forums & competitions. Sign up, it's free.
Click here for more