Last week we talked about ways you can reconnect with nature in 2019. One of the ways you can reconnect is to bring the outdoors inside. Over the next few weeks we’re going to look at unique projects and plants to keep your indoor spaces a green, lush oasis.
Christmas cacti, known as Schlumbergera or Zygocactus, blooms at Christmas and also sometimes around Easter if cared for properly. A month prior to Christmas you will be able to watch the tips of the leaves begin to grow and form buds. At Christmas, as if by magic, the buds open to a beautiful flower that will add color and warmth to any holiday season.
On Wednesday, I put my body on the line by drinking a poinsettia smoothie. … Well I’m still alive! I feel safe declaring this myth “busted”, but let’s take a look at the facts.
Earlier this week I got a message from Darren and Tiffini. They were looking for tips on bringing their hibiscus inside for winter. Nothing adds a lovely tropical flare quite like a tropical hibiscus. While hibiscus plants will do fine outdoors in the summer in most areas, they need to be protected in the winter.
Last week we shared a blog post about caring for mums. Kelly Stover asked if mums can be grown indoor in a container. Sure! They can be grown inside; however, the answer to that question is actually a bit complicated.