Women owned and operated commercial interior landscape design & maintenance company located in Cleveland, Ohio. Since we opened in 2001, our business has grown to serve numerous large and small companies all around Northeast Ohio.

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December 2016


As winter settles upon us, the outdoor gardening activities are put on hold for a few months. But just because you can’t plant outside doesn’t mean you have to stop planting altogether. Indoor plants are perfect for the winter season and can still keep you busy. Let’s look at what you need to do to make sure your indoor plants stay healthy through winter. Water The obvious tip is watering. The good news is that most plants do not need a lot of water during the winter. Test the moisture level once per week and if the soil is dry under the top layer then you should water the plant. Fertilizer Like water, plants do not need as much fertilizer during the winter time as they do during summer. In fact, it is not necessary to fertilize your plants until early spring. So don’t worry about trying to feed