This is a huge philodendron I've had for years, and although it loses some of its leaves during the winter months inside, it grows twice as many leaves the next summer when I move it outside to the back porch.
The Christmas Cactus always seems to do better when it's been outside in filtered light during the summer.
This is a ponytail palm that has gotten so much healthier outside this summer. I keep it on the patio.
Did you know plants are healthy to have inside your home? They remove toxic air, and the healthier the plant, the more purifying. They are also known to bring about a calmer and more optimistic atmosphere, reducing fatigue and cold-related illnesses. So what could be better? You get beautiful year round foliage and a healthy happy home!
Now, I just have to find a place to put them.