Every year, after Mother’s Day is the time to start setting your indoor plants outside. Plants should be slowly introduced to the outdoors at first, place them in a shaded area first. After a few hours take them back inside and do this again the next day but for a longer period like half of the day. On the third day leave it out for the whole day then bring it inside at night time. on the fourth day leave it outside, but in a shaded area for a few days more then you can place them in a semi-shaded area-morning sun and afternoon shade is the best area for most plants. For zone 5b or similar zones where you have 4 seasons. Keep all plants well watered when temperatures reaches over 80 degrees. Best fertilizer to use is osmocote slow release.
Alamandas- In this photo, after being outside for 2 weeks the blooming starts.
Clerodendrons- Blue Butterflies starts blooming in the late summer
Mandevillas blooms about Mid June.
Hibsicus Tri-Color (Rosa Senensis) “Aussie Queen” Blooms in late spring. Do not place Hibiscus in direct sun, feed them Osmocote slow release food and an acid fertilizer. Mist Hibiscus once a day they love it!
Cape Honeysuckle blooms in mid June.