Gardenia Plants

Will Gardenia Flower Inside

rich added on January 23, 2011 | Answered

I have moved my gardenia plant inside. It has buds, but they are not getting any bigger. Will they bloom inside if the plant is properly cared for?

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Answered on January 24, 2011

They will... if they have the right conditions. The trick is that it can be very difficult to get the right conditions. Most homes, especially in the winter, are not humid enough or can provide enough light to get them to bloom. You can try putting a humidifier in the room where it is growing and adding supplemental light from a florescent bulb placed near the plant. Good luck!

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