However, not all plants will benefit from the change in scenery. The climate of some areas isn’t right for tender plants like orchids, so these tend to be kept indoors.
The native environments of many houseplants differ slightly, but a lot of them grow on the forest floor. This means they get the heat and are under a canopy of tall trees. Therefore, just like indoors, try to mimic their environment by keeping plants in a spot where the light intensity is just right.
Cacti, succulents, crotons, snake plants, Monstera, and begonias are among the houseplants that can be brought outdoors for the sunnier months.