As trees turn and fade, you may be wondering what to do with your plants. Our very own Caitlin Hupp has some great advice featured in a recent segment that aired on Midday Madison.
First, says Caitlin, you can decorate your indoor spaces by bringing plants inside. As temperatures start to drop in the evening, it is the perfect time to migrate tropicals, cacti and foliage back indoors.
- Before moving plants indoors, Caitlin recommends repotting plants with more soil.
- Remember to inspect plants for pests before bringing them into your home.
- Find a space without drafts to prevent the plant from rapid temperature changes.
Caitlin Hupp on Midday Madison.
Second, Caitlin says that in many parts of the country, there is still time to add plants with fall interest. She recommends incorporating grasses and paniculata hydrangeas into landscapes.
- Caitlin suggests the gorgeous Fire Light Tidbit™ Panicle Hydrangea, that lends beauty to any landscape.
- Ornamental grasses are another great idea for outdoor interest. You can even cut the plumes off of ornamental grasses for fall bouquets.
Check out our selection of hydrangea and grasses in our catalog.
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