Gardenia Plants

Indoor Gardenia Topiary

Anonymous added on February 2, 2011 | Answered

We recently acquired a gardenia topiary with some buds on it. Directions say 60 degree temperatures at night; however, we live in southern Florida where the outside temperature is rarely 60 degrees at night. Do you have any suggestions so that we may have successful blooms on our potted plant?

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Answered on February 8, 2011

Placing it in a shady location will help. I have also heard of people placing ice cubes on the top of the soil in the evening to help bring down the temperatures.

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