If there is one tip I pass along about all indoor plants during the winter it is this: don't turn them.
I used to turn my plants when they started to lean toward the light thinking they'll be better if they grow straight. If I turn them, they'll lean back the other way.
Well, I went to a houseplant workshop our extension office offered and the man giving the presentation said turning a leaning plant during the winter will starve the plant. Since there is so little light during the winter, a plant positions its leaves to capture as much light as possible. When you suddenly move it, it loses that light. It starves.
At Garden on Sherlock Street, my plants can do the hokey pokey if they want, but they can't turn around.
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