NOTE: Our plants ship as bare root plants, and are dug fresh to order during the dormant season.

When considering specific types of plants to grow indoors, some will not do well at all. Some plants are very dependent on the climate conditions where a homeowner lives and will probably more than likely die when brought indoors to live.

These plants are different for all climates and great indoors.

These plants will grow great outside because they need the temperature changes to survive and become very healthy.

Some plants will not do good inside because they need temperatures that are hot and humid. They will die when brought inside an air-conditioned home and where fans are running a lot to keep the area neat. Some can do well when things are changed to meet the plant's needs. If a homeowner is willing to have the house warmer for the plant's sake, they may do ok when brought indoors. Such plants that grow from bulbs will do better outside, along with other perennials. They need the humidity and rain to thrive and grow. They will become beautiful outside plants for a garden area or even in a container on a large porch as long as they receive the proper amount of rain and sunshine. Also, it is not a good idea to grow trees inside because they can grow to be the right size, and once they are taken outside and planted on the lawn, they can go into shock. It will prevent them from growing and becoming strong and healthy and will not grow any for an entire year. Also, they will not do well when transferred from a flower pot to a different size pot. They will not be as strong as a tree that grows outside at the beginning of their growth. It is just the best idea to keep all outside plants out to get all the nutrients from the sunshine and receive the rain that nature will provide. They will grow well outside and will thrive and become beautiful.

Bridal Wreath Spirea bushes are best grown outside.

Source of Information on Plants that Should Stay Outside