Indoor for recovery

Intuitively I suspect the consensus is likely “no,” but I can’t reason out the why behind it. Perhaps it’s just because the answers in bonsai never end up being the ones I want to hear :wink:

I have a decent grow-light, a timer, a fan, space, and a humidifier.

If I have a plant in recovery from a repotting, hard pruning, disease (or other), is bringing them indoors and therefore into a more controlled environment for a time ever a good option?

I have a grow tent set up and have used it for my bonsai that are compromised short term, but I try to get them back outside as soon as they seem to be recovering, usually once new growth starts. If it’s your only way to protect a tree that needs it, short term I would say go for it.