10 Houseplants  That Would Love to Go Outside During the Summer

These 10 houseplants are staples of a plant parent’s collection and can be safely moved outside for summer.

Amaryllis belladonna

These plants need to be kept moist and appreciate soil with compost materials. Mulch will also help them preserve their moisture when outside.

Photo Credit: Etsy Seller

Cinnamon Ferns

These tall ferns natively grow in swamps and mountains in the Eastern U.S. and Canada. When kept in moist soil, cinnamon ferns can handle summer sunlight.

Citrus Trees: 

Lime Tree, Calamondin Orange Tree, and Lemon Trees

Dwarf or miniature citrus trees can handle the heat with ease and will add a wonderful touch outdoors.

Gardenia Plants

These sturdy houseplants can take on the sunlight of summer and can add some well-needed shade to your outdoor spaces.

Fairy Castle Cactus 

Succulents are one of the hardiest plants. They are drought tolerant and are easy to reproduce. Make sure to provide a sunny environment so they will thrive.

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