During hibernation it is important that your plant stays free of fertilizer and also gets less water than usual. Some species shed their foliage and can be kept in a cool and darker place. Other plants do need light and some warmth. However, the main thing with all plants is that you don’t want them the grow during winter to avoid developing weak sprouts that most likely die off. Even typical plants that would thrive in their natural habitat throughout the year, will stop growing in a different climate area where there is less light and lower temperatures in the wintertime.
With plants that can later on be kept even in cooler climate areas, you should consider taking a few safety precautions for