Easter time at Dayton’s is filled with fragrant blooming plants such as lilies, hyacinths and other spring bloomers such as tulips, daffodils and much more.
Check back for our 2020 Easter Plant list.
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KEEPING EASTER PLANTS INDOORS
- Do not place near a draft where the plants will be exposed to heat or dry air from appliances, fireplaces or heat ducts.
- Place in bright, indirect daylight
- Do not let your plant sit in trapped standing water. Be sure to remove the plant from the cover sleeve to water it. Water thoroughly until the soil is completely saturated.
- Once your plants have finished blooming, place pot in a sunny location in the home until all danger of frost has passed at which time you can move the pot to a sunny location outdoors. Plant in the ground once the foliage has died back. This is true for plants grown from bulbs such as lilies, daffodils, hyacinths and tulips.