When is best time of year to transplant indoor plants

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When is best time of year to transplant indoor plants?

Q: I have a basket of 12 indoor plants I’d like to transplant. They have just been removed from our home garden and I want to give them a good home indoors. कृपया सहायता कीजिए! When is the best time of year to transplant them? Also, what can I put in their new containers? Thanks, Jacquie

A: How to plant your new potted plants

Photo 1: Leversamillo which is Latin for “lever leaf,” is a great plant for airy locations. Photo 2: Yucca gloriosa or bloomy yucca is a robust plant that’s easily grown indoors. Photo 3: Stargazer jasmine is an easy grow, neat blooming vine. Photo 4: This annual Cleome is as pretty in the spring as it is in the fall. Photo 5: I would choose and prefer Evergreen zigzag geranium over single bed geranium for pots and small pots in the house. There are two main reasons why. With the zigzag it will look less casual but still manage to be a little undulating and in a pot, it’s easy to pin back the leaves if they start to look untidy. The annuals look more beautiful but they will die out next year. The geraniums can be left in the house all year round. Photo 6: As you can see I’ve planted an airy zigzag geranium along a bookshelf in a little nook. Photo 7: Have you seen this plant? It’s something I recently rescued from a place where someone had thrown it out, a yard sale. It has quite a few panicles of flowers and can bloom indoors all year long. क्या आप अंदाजा लगा सकते हैं कि यह क्या है? Photo 8: I just found this plant today at a garage sale and bought it with the intention of doing nothing to it. The plant was such a handsome specimen, I decided to make it my front door plant. I have it on a sturdily designed stand that gives it a wonderful raised status indoors. Photo 9: This is a cool-looking, invasive, compacted flower and plant known as ground ivy. It has very long leaves that can be red in some varieties. I planted the “pencil flower” variety and like its red “beards” on the ends of the foliage.

Photo 10: The “I Have a Wife” ground cover. No, this is not something I bought, it was a pot we rescued from someone’s trash after they decided it would make a good ground cover. For some reason this plant is going to its own separate section as it doesn’t get direct sunlight or bright daylight hours. Photo 11: This is a standard ground cover variety of living stone, a wonderful green, vertical-leaved plant that flowers and flowers and flowers. It has dark green, zigzag leaves and white, daisy-like flowers. Photo 12: When you transplant a plant, you will be uprooting it from a protected, microenvironment and planting it into a slightly less protected, but still pretty good situation. You’ll be forcing it to grow up and larger. It’s going to need food, water and light. Some plants can do well being transplanted year-round. Other plants (especially when they are annuals) have a short season during which they can do well. When you’re ready to transfer, your plant should have had at least one week in an indoor space before the transplant. If you notice it looks and behaves a little funny (or not normal) right after transplanting, check its light levels. Plants in low light may look okay, but they will be growing slowly. Plants in high light will usually bloom faster. Photo 13: It is growing fast, but not in high light. Photo 14: It is too. I should have picked it up earlier. Photo 15: An excellent idea. Photo 16: Plants that have never been in direct sunlight need about a week of indirect sunlight before transplanting.

Photo 17: It’s up, too. Photo 18: Think about where you want to plant the transplanted plant and how you will direct it there. Do you have any spaces that require filling? What places are going to get too much direct sunlight? It’s important to plant the plant in the correct location to get the most benefit from it. Photo 19: This is a ground cover. The stems will keep the soil away from a patio. Photo 20: This is a miniature yucca plant (yucca gloriosa) and is an excellent ground cover plant for borders and in areas with limited light. I prefer it over the larger yucca plant. Photo 21: This is an easy to grow, sturdy plant that has lovely blue flowers and looks good on a container or pot. Photo 22: You have the choice of all the popular plants. It is an interesting looking plant (a rosette), and looks good on a patio or balcony. Photo 23: There are many good looking, easy-to-grow plants that look really good in the window on a balcony. I love this one as it looks really elegant and dainty, it’s one of my favorites.फोटो 24: यह एक बेल है जो दरवाजे के चारों ओर लिपटी आश्चर्यजनक लग सकती है। फूल (क्रिमसन रंग का एक द्रव्यमान) सुंदर होते हैं। फोटो 25: यह एक तेजी से बढ़ने वाला, मांसल ग्राउंड कवर, हवादार पौधा है जो उच्च-यातायात क्षेत्र में ऊंचाई और रुचि जोड़ सकता है। यह जंगली में स्वाभाविक रूप से बढ़ता है और थोड़ी छाया को सहन कर सकता है। फूल अन्य पत्तों के साथ बहुत अच्छे लगते हैं।

फोटो 26: मैंने इस बर्तन को चिमनी के चूल्हे पर रखा और पौधा वास्तव में अच्छा कर रहा है। फोटो 27: मेरे नए युक्का पौधे आ रहे हैं, और वास्तव में स्वस्थ दिखने लगे हैं। फोटो 28: आपके घर में फूलों के प्रदर्शन के लिए ये पांच आकार के मानक आकार के प्लांटर्स हैं। मेरे पौधे अभी भी इस प्लांटर का उपयोग तब तक कर सकते हैं जब तक उन्हें पानी पिलाया जाता है और कभी-कभी पानी का छिड़काव किया जाता है। फोटो 29: ये कंटेनर लंबे समय तक चल सकते हैं। रंग संयोजन हैं

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