Caring for your indoor Plants Free tips and an plant hacks
A common sin for plant owners is overwatering. One golden rule is if the soil feels damp to touch then the plant does not need anymore water and you can leave it for a few days to dry out before watering again. Another tell-tale sign of overwatering is that the leaves will turn yellow/brown and drop off of the plant. Moist soil can lead to various problems such as root rot that will almost likely kill
Avoiding drafts and heat sources
To thrive plants need the perfect environment, not too hot and not too cold, so when positioning your plant displays, take this into consideration. Make sure your plant is not placed on top of a radiator and that there are no drafts coming through open doors or windows. If plants are placed in hostile environments they will not thrive and in some cases will lead to dehydration.
Light and temperature
Both of these are very important when picking the correct spot for your display. Some specimens are very hardy and will tolerate changes and in light and temperature, others are very sensitive and will not thrive. The best thing to do before buying a plant is to read the label, if it does not come with one you can research the plant online as there are a variety of information sites dedicated to plant care. Both will tell you the ideal lighting, best temperatures and also how much water the specimen likes.
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