When Should You Bring Your Tropical Plants Inside
Do you have tropical plants you took outside in the spring? Are you unsure when it is a perfect time to bring thetropical plants back inside before the fall weather sets in? The Garden Guy is here to tell you when it is the perfect time to bring your tropical plants inside the home until next spring. The first thing it check for is the cold. Is the weather temperature outside mid 50 degrees? if yes then I recommend to bring your tropical plants inside for the rest of the year. But if it is only 60 degrees outside then you don’t have to bring the plants inside if you don’t want to. Now if you keep your window open up at night and it gets cold that does not mean your plants have to come inside for the rest of the year. The reason you get cold on a 60 degrees night is that your body has not got used that temperature at night because your body is used to the 70 to 80 degrees nights. Another way to tell your tropical plants need to come inside for the rest of the year is to look at your plants in the garden. Are your plants like your vegetables turning brown or not producing any more produce? If the answer is yes then that means that it is is done growing. Tip: Tomatoes that die at the end of September is a early sign that the frost is near and it is time to bring your tropical plants inside for the rest of the year until next spring.