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May 11, 2021 5 min read
As the cloudy bouts of spring rain give way to sunshine-filled summer weekends, you may be tempted to start spending more time outside. While you relax in your garden or patio with friends and family, consider bringing your houseplants with you as well! The hotter summer weather combined with occasional bouts of warm rain can be extremely beneficial for certain indoor house plants. You may have perfected your indoor jungle environment, but letting some plants outdoors in the summer can truly allow them thrive and grow to their greatest potential.
Balconies and window ledges are fantastic locations for houseplants!When bringing plants outside, make sure to remember that not all indoor house plants are suited for every outdoor setting. Note down a list of elements you have to consider in regards to your environment, identify which plants are suited to your climate before relocating them outside, and slowly acclimate them into the full sun. All of this may sound overwhelming, but it's easier than you think! Read on for a guide to bringing your plants out for the summer!
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