With these crystal clear blue skies and changing leaves come the cooler temperatures. And if you missed last night’s weather warnings, a chilling frost is heading this way. Which means all those delicate plants, including houseplants you brought outdoors must be carefully transitioned inside to a new warm, sunny place. Here are a few tips for indoor plants posted on our Facebook page last night. http://blog.gardenmediagroup.com/2012/10/tips-for-bringing-your-houseplants.html The two biggies - transition slowly and check for bugs.
As Cat Forsley reminds us, "What we give our attention to – stays with us. What we let go of – will let go of us." Time to transition the annuals, the tender herbs you just can’t part with while other plants willing or unwillingly become part of the compost.
Images by Ann Bilowz
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