Outside Plants inside?
How come plants that are traditionally grown outside, don't do well inside?
is that really the case?
Doesn't it depend on where you are what you would grow inside or
as I live in the tropics we have plants that most people would
consider house plants outside: anthuriums, monstera, lucky bamboo,
to name a few.
They are outside, and they are perennial.
Some plants need wind pollination and don't do well (for bearing fruit)
inside for that reason. Other than that the only reason I can think of
is that the climate inside isn't to the plants' liking.
some plants would be great inside if you see something you really like but it's not for your zone you can grow it inside i'm zone 6 and have a zone 11 plant doing great inside for me