Can my annual survive inside during the winter?

by lowes on June 28, 2010

Over-wintering annuals depends on your lighting conditions and on the type of plant. Many people have success wintering geraniums in the house. Hibiscus, Ivy plants and many varieties of succulents do well in doors, as well. Some gardeners have even found success with Begonias. Plants like petunias, however, require more natural light per day that the average house can provide; the exception being a south facing sunroom with floor to ceiling windows and skylights. The best advice is to enjoy the color and fragrance that annuals bring to your garden during the spring and summer and keep houseplants alive in doors all winter.

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