Video: How to Overwinter Tropical Plants Indoors

Ryon — Oct 08

Worried about keeping your tropical plants happy and healthy as the temperature drops? We're here to help! Follow along as our friend and plant hobbyist Macie shares how to overwinter your tropical trees and plants by moving them indoors, plus winter care tips.

You'll learn:

  • How to care for tropical and citrus trees over the winter
  • A fool-proof way to move your plants inside for the winter
  • Cold-weather watering tips

Watch the full video above, and scroll down for the full transcript!

Plant hobbyist Macie shares tips for overwintering tropical plants and trees.

Spraying down your plants and treating them with insecticide before bringing them inside reduces the risk of pests in your home.

Warm weather-loving tropical and citrus trees should be placed near a bright, sunny window indoors.

Full Transcript: How to Overwinter Tropical Plants Indoors

Ryon Hinson

Ryon is the Senior Creative Manager at He tries to show the unique elements of every tree and plant he captures, so viewers can confidently create a garden they love.

He’s constantly learning fun new plant facts, and can be found sharing new plant tips with his wife. His favorite tree is the Rising Sun Redbud for its spring blooms and uniquely-colored leaf pattern. He's often driving around looking for the most colorful and unique plants to film and share with the community.

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