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Moving Your Indoor Plants Outside for Summer | Bloomscape
Almost all of our indoor foliage plants can be placed outside. Plant Mom tells us what to consider before moving our plants outside this summer.
some plants are sitting on the front porch
Moving Your Indoor Plants Outside for Summer | Bloomscape
Moving Your Indoor Plants Outside for Summer | Bloomscape
a potted plant sitting in the middle of a desert with a star wars figure next to it
May the Fourth be with You!
Happy Star Wars Day!
three potted plants sitting on top of a wooden stand next to a kitchen counter
House Plants for the Kitchen
Most of us don’t have space for a Bird of Paradise or oversized Palm in our kitchen, but adding clusters of smaller plants can have just as big an impact. To incorporate this trick, group smaller plants together on a window sill. The Hedgehog Aloe and Ponytail Palm would love the bright, indirect light typical of a kitchen window placement.
some plants are sitting on shelves above the stove
Best Plants for the Kitchen
In most kitchens, counter space is at a premium. Utilize plant hangers or the tops of your cupboards to keep your countertop free. Trailing and semi-trailing plants like Tradescantia Zebrina and Peperomia Watermelon love to be positioned on a shelf or placed in a plant hanger so that new growth can vine and cascade freely.
two people in a kitchen with plants and potted plants on the counter top,
Best Plants for the Kitchen
Don’t overlook your kitchen when deciding where to place your new plant. Because kitchens are usually more humid than other areas of your home, your plant will thrive in the extra moisture. You’ll also love what lush green plants add to a traditionally not-so-green space.