How to Maintain Grocery Store Tender Plants
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This time of year you may be purchasing azalea, hydrangea, or cyclamen plants. Or maybe you’re receiving them as gifts. I recently bought a kalanchoe plant, which sits on my dining room table. (Sometimes I’ll move it over by the kitchen sink.)
It’s bright and cheery, and … well … for next week, it’s GREEN for St. Patty’s Day!
These plants are tender, and unless you live in a warmer climate (I do not), they are best preserved if you keep them inside.
Here’s a few ideas where you can place them in your house:
-Table or counter
-Living room or entry way
-Even a lighted bathroom
-Dining room table.
For me, early plants in the house are inspiration to what’s ahead … the upcoming garden season. Which I cannot wait for. :)
Do you live in a warmer or cooler climate, and what is your favorite way to display a tender plant in your home?
(Here’s an informative site that shows how to care for a kalanchoe plant, if you happen to pick one up at the grocery store this week.)
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