Thursday, September 8, 2011

Moving Your Plants Indoors

It truly is fall now.  Our temps are dropping quite a bit at night.  A few days ago I woke up to find the temperature was 37 degrees.  I have no idea how cold it got during the night.  Luckily, I had moved my plants indoors.
This fern was purchased as a small plant in May. I had it on the front porch in the shade all summer.  Even though I continued to water it well and mist it regularly, it was growing quite slowly. Then I used some of the Authentic Haven Brand Manure Tea I wrote about a couple of posts back and this is what happened. I was blown away.
Thanks Annie, for the chance to try your great product!  
Now that I have moved this fern inside for the winter. I'll keep it in the basement near a window until spring.  I've never had much luck with indoor ferns. I know they need to be kept at no less than 50 degrees, and that usually dry indoor heat is not good. So I'll mist often and water regularly.   Now I just hope my green thumb doesn't fail me.  Next spring I'll let you know how moving my outdoor plants indoors worked out. 

1 comment:

Annie Haven | Authentic Haven Brand said...

I'm so pleased to see your fern looking so good. Keep misting it and feeding it Authentic Haven Brand throughout it's indoor Fall | Winter stay and it should be quite happy I look forward to seeing it come Spring <|;-) Annie