How To Take Care Of Your Indoor Plants

Plants are not only part of nature. They are a way of life and serenity. As, Since ages, people have used flowers and plants to decorate themselves and their homes on auspicious occasions. Till date marriage, funeral, or any good ceremony doesn’t end without a flower bouquet. But with gradual urbanization, we somewhere lost the connection with nature, trees, and flowers. Then the home decor experts came with the brilliant idea of merging personality with concrete. Nowadays indoor plants are again on the top of the wish lists as a classy home decor element. But to flaunt your plants and get a fresh vibe to enter every time you enter, you need to take care of them properly. Please scroll below to know the best tips for growing your plants indoor

Indoor Plantation Tips

Indoor plants are usually very resistant. They need watering once or twice a week at best. Don’t soak them every day. It can clog water in the roots and get them sick. Besides, there will be several insects hatching in the water, which is not acceptable. Make sure to have a tub with pores so that it can drain excess water. It helps the plants to breathe and grow better. The watering amount is also essential for the healthy growth of plants. If you have porus tubs, then water till it starts dripping from the pores below. Tubs without pores are a bit tricky. Water the soil till it looks soaked, not sloppy and muddy at all. 

Feed them some sunlight. It’s better to keep the plants near windows and doors. But in city apartments, it’s not always possible. That’s why you need to buy LED lights and such to create an ambience of natural lighting. These lights can increase and decrease the lumination like day and night by auto sensors. Its very effective in indoor plants.

Humidity and temperature is another crucial issue. The plants usually need sixty to seventy-five degree Fahrenheit temperature and opt humidity. Some plants need better humidity; you need to sprinkle water in them. Others, like succulents, need more water to thrive pour water directly into the roots. Change the water of water-borne plants like the lilies and money plants. Dirty water can cause yellow leaves, or the plant may die. Choose the right soil and fertilizer for your plants. Usually, the houseplants don’t need much soil or nutrition additionally. But while potting, add a bit of peat, berk tree skin, leftover food peals, moss, and formulated fertilizers. It will give them a boost and produce more leaves and flowers than usual. Choose the right type of soil for your plants as the cactuses will grow fine in parched and rough ground. But the succulents will need sandy soil and orchids will need soil that drains water fast. 

Most importantly choose the right tub for your plant. Make sure they fit comfortably with the roots in that tub. Otherwise, they won’t show proper growth. There’s an exception in case of bonsai. Here you have to get smaller pots intentionally to keep it in size. Soil tubs are heavier, more expensive, and a bit tough to handle as they break on fall. But they are the best option for plants growth. If you have a spacious balcony then obviously go for it. Otherwise, the plastic pots are also improving day by day. They are light and manageable. You can use them for hanging plants. Colour them, decorate with stones, shells, and put an ornamental plant to make a beautiful plant showpiece.

Conclusion 

Take a little care of your indoor plants. Every time you enter the home, they will welcome you with a refreshing breeze. 

Christophe Rude
Christophe Rude
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