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The Basics to Indoor Plant Care

The Basics to Indoor Plant Care

Indoor houseplants can be ideal for introducing colour and vibrancy to any home or offering a calm serenity to your bedroom and lounge. They enable homeowners to inject personality into their home with beautiful living plants that require low care and are easy to thrive and maintain. The advantage of bringing indoor plants into your home is much more than just introducing plant colours and decoration. Let's explore more on them!

Indoor Plant Care and Maintenance

For houseplants, the pot and potting mix is their whole world. Unlike garden houseplants, they cannot send out their roots to go a bit further to get nutrients or moisture do they depend on what you provide them. You must use a premium quality potting mix that gives a perfect nutrient level and retain moisture effectively. After every 10 to 15 days, water your plants with liquid seaweed. It helps them cope with the extreme temperatures. Rotate your plant's pot once every week to allow an equal amount of sunlight to your plants. It will help them maintain a balanced shape. Provide your indoor plants with a controlled amount of water and plant nutrition depending on their needs. Keep your plants healthy safe to enjoy their long-lasting beauty.

Positioning Your Indoor Plants

Sometimes, placing your indoor plants in the right location can be a tricky business. The plant should look stunning but needs enough sunlight to grow well. Plants that get very little light must be in the same position for only a week, and then you must move them to a brighter spot for some time. Some plants on the otherhand require only low light. Many houseplants are poisonous if consumed by pets. If you have young kittens and puppies in your home, ensure that these plants are kept away from them, otherwise choose pet friendly plants only.

Prevent Extreme Heat

Safe your plants from the extreme direct heat to burn their leaves. The brown edges of your plant's leaves are an obvious sign of burning leaves. When you decide to move your plants outdoors, make sure to keep them in a shaded area and let them acclimatise to the sun. It will help prevent leaf burn and damage from immediate modification in conditions.

Re-Wetting Soil In their Pots

It will be hard to re-wet if you leave potting mix without water for longer. The best way to re-wet your plant's soil is to fill a bucket with water and plunge your potted plant to allow the water level to sit at least 2cm above its soil level. Tiny bubbles will appear, ensuring the water is soaking in perfectly. Take your plant out when bubbling stops.

Repotting your Indoor Plants

If your indoor plants are bulging out of the container or falling over and are not growing, they need repotting. Late winter is early spring seems the best time to repot your plants. However, generally, you can repot your plant any time of the year as there is no harm in that. It is good to report your growing plants in a larger container to give them much space to thrive bigger and better.

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