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Make sure they do not get too cold if you turn your thermostat down a lot at night. Make sure they are in the lightest window available and don't get dried out. Winter air can be very dry, so check moisture more often as they may need a little more frequent watering.
 
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What fruits do you grow, Lauren Chaste? Different plants have different needs. Some of them go dormant in winter, some don't.
 
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From what I'm learning so far, it does seem the answer might vary slightly depending on what you're growing but in general adequate sunlight and definitely do be careful about them being properly hydrated, winter can get harsh and dry.
 
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Make sure they are in a warm room and have direct sunlight during the day, if they are not able to get the proper amount of sunlight, you can invest in a growing light. Keep them well watered but not overly, I find that plants tend to stay wet longer when indoors versus being outdoors. They will also need to be given a good fertilizer to meet their needs. Good luck with your plants!
 
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We all agree lighting indoors is very important. If you do not get enough natural light you would want to invest in a grow light to help your plants stay healthy.
 

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