There are a few steps you should take to keep your gift plants healthy during their time in the house:
-If the pot is wrapped in foil, cut the foil off the bottom of the pot to prevent over watering.
-Set the pot or planter on a shallow, pebble (or marble) filled tray of water to provide humidity.
-Do not place your plant close to heat sources, or in between a closed curtain and the window.
-Provide sufficient water according to the needs of the particular type of plant.
-Mist occasionally and remove dead flowers promptly.
A common gift plant id the Easter Lily Plants. They prefer a bright window, with fairly cool daytime temperatures of 60-65 degrees F. Easter Lilies prefer well-drained soil which is kept moderately moist, but avoid over-watering. In late May or early June you can transplant your lily outdoors.
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