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How to keep your indoor plants healthy and vibrant

Research about your indoor plants

Different plants have different requirements, and hence It is essential to Understand the specific therefore researching is vital before purchasing the plant, another critical factor to consider while buying an indoor plant is to Making sure the plant you choose can be kept indoors. Some venders tent to sell outdoor plants that require less light and water as an indoor plant which is a big mistake because they won’t necessarily survive indoor, which then discourages you from repurchasing plants in future. Try to understand the plant,

There are many indoor plants to choose from, and they come in many variants, it is crucial to understand how these plants will transform over time. Managing the growth and physical features of indoor plants must be planned in advance, having a fair knowledge about its growth pattern, size, and appearance will be helpful considering

how they will fit in with your furniture’s

Attention to the placement.

Plants make your home feel alive and fresh throughout they help by filtering out harmful compounds, and giving your home a warm, welcoming feel. The key is to place them correctly. Positioning indoor plants need a huge compromise between the ideal place best suited for the plant and its needs, and the sites you desire for aesthetics. Plant To undergo photosynthesis need adequate sunlight, when arranging the plants, make sure they are getting enough sunlight. Some indoor plants look best in an open space, and some plants

look good in smaller areas. Keep big plants in free space and Use it as an accent, let them be the centre of attraction. Smaller plants can be used to enhance the vibe, you can group them the way you like and make your own little jungle at home, One significant factor to consider is to not move the plants from one place to another because plants take longer to acclimate to its surrounding, but it is recommended to rotate them once in a while for equal distribution of sunlight.

Right temperature for indoor plants

Finding the best spot in the room where the temperature will be ideal and consistent for an indoor plant is critical Once the plant is placed in its perfect position try to maintain the weather for it to grow healthy and beautiful. Plants do not do well in different temperature, look for instruction on all your plants that are considered for indoors to know about what temperature best suited for and the lighting that they will be required for its growth.

The best temperature for most indoor plants is between 60 - 75°F (15 - 24°) very few plants will have a lower temperature or higher temperature requirement, in which case you can make small changes and achieve the suitable temperature, Even if the plants can survive outside in higher temp, it will not stay indoors because the conditions

are different, like air, humidity and sunlight

Care for indoor plants

Plants are living things and hence need to be looked after with love and care. The first thing to consider for a plant is the type of soil that will be good for its overall growth No matter how much sunlight and water you put, without good soil, the plants will not survive for long. The best soil for your plant will depend like individual plants like to have acidic soil while some require a balanced component, some may need a higher concentration of nitrogen or some other chemical, and so it is essential to learn the details. Plants do need their share of multivitamin

which is fertilizers, people often tend to put their grounded coffee beans and tea in plants pots which is good but never do it with indoor, It will attract flies and leave strong odour which will not pretty instead use fertilizers, fertilizers have every component your plants will need for growing stronger roots, healthy leaves and beautiful flowers. Consistently Water your it can be difficult if your growing indoor plants for the first time there are some techniques for watering plants, The most common mistake is overwatering of indoor plants since they sit

inside, there is significantly less or sometimes no evaporation all the excess water then leads to rotting of the roots which will kill the plant in a matter of time. Prune indoor plants by Thinning cuttings is crucial for any indoor plants, shorten the branches and stem don’t cut them completely, clip or pinch soft growth with your hands use pruning shears for neat cuts and heading cuts.

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