When you are an indoor gardener the very same rules use to your plants as they do to any
other kind of gardener. Your plants will need water, food, and lots of light as does the
ones grown outside or in a green home. Naturally there are unique factors to consider such
as temperature and humidity control however they can be gotten rid of with fairly small
adjustments. With that being said, there are some plants that are best left to the outside
The kind of plant that will not do well inside your home is actually dependant on the climate you live
in. If you live in a warm location and have the cooling or fans on during the day a.
plant that is used to greater temperature will not do well inside your home and needs to be.
left outside. The exact same chooses the opposite, if your house is overheated a plant will most.
most likely dry out from lack of moisture in the air.
Other plants that are best left outdoors are perennials and bulb plants that need the.
seasonal rains and temperature levels outside to grow once again. You might bring some tulips or.
daffodils inside in a pot but they will do better outside.
A lot of trees are best left outside too; by attempting to grow certain trees inside you will only.
have a smaller less sturdy version than its outside mates. If you do choose to grow a tree.
inside strategy ahead for a transplant that may have to take place. You do not wish to wait until.
the tree becomes too heavy to move. When a larger plant is repotted or planted.
in other places it will normally enter into shock– implying it will not grow for a minimum of one season.
( it might be more depending upon the size and age of the plant).