Growing in home south window - winter
I am tired of searching for an answer so I will try this forum. I buy unusual, inexpensive house plants on eBay and this summer I bought three Adenium seedlings from a seller in Lithuania just out of curiosity...Blood diamond, Purple doxon, and Wonderful star. I grew them outside and nights start to get cool at 5000 ft altitude in Colorado in late August - early September. Some leaves started to curl up and fall off so I put them in the west window of my garage.
Then I decided the upstairs south window gets full, intense sun all day so I cut the tops back and moved them upstairs. Then I bought Luangpaumsap, Hongyok, and Tongsiam seedlings from a seller in Florida that looked much nicer than the ones from Lithuania.
The three I pruned are starting to leaf out.
Surely these plants needn't sit in the garage from the first of September until the middle of June?