“The top of the fridge often generates some heat, so placing plants on top of the fridge will allow the plants to absorb some of the heat at no extra cost. It’s also a good idea to wrap the utensils in bubble wrap as well because the top of the fridge alone won’t provide enough heat.”
5. Space heater
Using indoor space heaters for plants is a more expensive idea to keep plants at the right temperature. If using these, experts recommend making sure the plants are not placed directly in front of the heater, or else they will get too hot.
6. Water indoor plants carefully
Gardening experts said: “Indoor plants are more likely to be watered during the winter months, as they don’t need as much water as during the spring and summer.
“Obviously the plants will still need water, especially if they are in a damp room. Spraying a mist of water on the plants will help them grow in dry air and avoid overwatering. The soil has approx. Pushing 5cm deep is a good idea – if it’s completely dry, it will need more water.”