5 Ways To Help Your Houseplants Transition Into The Spring Season
And last but not least, all of these tips have one thing in common, according to Pangborn: Many plants naturally go dormant in the winter, but some do not.
In any case, the best thing you can do for your plant come spring is to keep an eye on it, and especially watch for growth spurts, so you can make adjustments as needed (like watering more, or moving your plant to a place with more or less light, depending on its needs).
“Since plants and their growth cycles are so dependent on environmental cues, living in a steady indoor environment can sometimes trick houseplants into active growth year-round. Even so, with the changing seasons, your plant will likely experience a growth spurt, so it’s still a great time for a spring spruce-up,” she explains.