And last but not least, according to Pangborn, all these tips have one thing in common: many plants naturally go dormant in winter, but some don’t.

In any case, the best thing you can do for your plant in the spring is to keep an eye on it, and especially pay attention to growth spurts so that you can make adjustments if necessary (such as watering more or moving your plant to a location with more or less light, depending on needs).

“Because plants and their growth cycles are so dependent on environmental factors, living in a stable indoor environment can sometimes tempt houseplants into active growth year-round. Still, with the changing seasons, your plant will likely experience a growth spurt, so it’s still a great time for a spring revamp,” she explains.

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