INSIDE : Learn tips for moving indoor plants outside for the summer months and which plants do best making the transition to living outdoors. And even what methods are best for transitioning indoor plants to the outside.
Recently I had the honor to guest post for one of my most favorite DIY bloggers, Mandi from Vintage Revivals. And ready for the next exciting moment… we actually talked on the PHONE prior to my guest post. I know… I was giddy with excitement, although I definitely tried to play it cool until my heart stopped racing – ha.
If you know Mandi at all, you know she is a huge plant lover… as am I. I had such fun when she asked if I would share a little bit of plant knowledge with her readers.
I talked all about moving your indoor plants outside for the summer months. It’s so exciting to know that with a few key steps, those sweet little green baby plants can soak up that summer sun right along with you.
I talked about which plants do best making the transition to living outdoors. And what methods are best for transitioning indoor plants to the outside.
If you like this post about moving your plants outdoors, then you will definitely enjoy my indoor houseplant ebook, Happy Houseplants!
I ended by sharing what care might be needed to pots or containers to prep for outside. And once you have moved your plant outside, what things should you keep your eyes open for. Plus, the perks of bringing your plants outdoors.
Make sure to head over to Vintage Revivals to learn more about how to move those favorite indoor plants of yours outside for the summer!
Are you in love with plants like I am? You might like some of my other Plant Crafts.
Looking to really keep those plants alive? You might be interested in my Keep Plants Alive checklist and my upcoming Plant Care ebook.