Go easy indoors
As temperatures start to fall, indoor plants use less water, and their potting mix can easily become waterlogged and airless if you water them too often. This may cause tender roots to die off and rot, which can spell disaster for your plants. Monitor your house plants closely over the cooler months, and only give them water when you are sure they need it. The best approach at this time of year is to let the mix dry out before watering. Just do the old pinkie test and stick your finger in the mix. If it still feels damp, don’t water. It’s better to keep the mix on the drier side in cool conditions.