Reduce watering, stop fertilizing, move them into the light and more
Winter can be one of the easiest times to accidentally kill your houseplants. Lower light levels, dry air and temperature fluctuations with indoor heat can all create challenging growing conditions. Without switching up your care routine, your best intentions — such as keeping the soil moist — can cause houseplants to decline or give up altogether. These eight tips can help you change up your care routine over winter and set up your houseplants to thrive until spring.