When it gets warmer outdoors, it’s a good idea to transfer indoor plants outside to take advantage of warm temperatures, rain and sunlight. But be sure to place them in a shady, protected spot for a few weeks first. The plants will have acclimated to the low-light, low-humidity environment found indoors, and moving them outdoors to bright sunlight and heavy rain can shock them. Letting them slowly adjust to their new environment will ensure they thrive outside all summer long.
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