Answer: Congratulations on your developing green thumb! Wandering Jew make terrific houseplants and yours should be happy in moderate to bright light indoors. Making the move from outdoors to in should be gradual and should be done before you turn on your heat for the winter. Start by moving them to a deeply shaded spot outdoors (to get them used to lower light levels.) When nighttime temperatures cool down to about 60F, take them indoors at night but take them back outdoors in the morning. Each time you bring them in, leave them inside for longer and longer periods of time until they are indoors 24 hours a day. The whole process shouldn't take more than a week to 10 days. In the springtime, just reverse the process until they are outdoors 24 hours a day.
Best wishes with your plants!
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