Winter Citronella Plants?


Citronella plants need special care during winter to keep healthy. To care for the plant during winter, keep it inside when the temperatures starts to drop in a cool place. Move it close to the window towards the light. Water and fertilize the plant.
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How to Care for Citronella Plants in the Winter
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