You don’t need to be an expert to keep your indoor plants healthy and thriving. With just a little attention to the right amount of light, water and temperature, your plant will thrive and give you joy for a long time.
Move your plant to sink area when watering, allow excess water to run out of the bottom before you move it back to your home or office.
Prune the leaves and blossoms regularly. To make the plant shine, you can wipe the leaves with a soft damp cloth.
Areca palms prefer medium to bright light. Be sure to keep their soil moist but not soggy. Don’t let the soil to become too dry or they wilt.Trim back palm fronds regularly.
Ferns thrive in bright diffused light and moist soil. Prune dead fronds regularly from the plant and keep humidity near the plant high for best results.
Cacti and other succulent plants are desert plants and prefer direct sun. Water them evenly, allowing them to dry out completely in between watering.
Hydrangea needs sunny bright spot with indirect light. Keep the soil moist by watering it thoroughly allowing excess water to drain.
To ensure the Ivy gets enough moisture, set the planter on a tray or saucer filled with pebbles and water. It’s more vulnerable in winter with dry air from heating. Place your ivy plant in a spot in your garden with indirect sunlight.
Orchid needs a well-ventilated spot with partial shade to grow well. They need to be kept away from radiators, air-conditioning and strong drafts. Let the planter sit in a tray of pebbles. This allows moisture to circulate and prevents roots from rotting.
This plant needs well-ventilated spot with bright and indirect sunlight. Keep away from air conditioners, heaters and strong drafts. Whenever the soil feels dry, water it. Feed it with a water-soluble fertilizer.
Poinsettias are tropical plants and need to be kept away from drafts and colds. Keep the soil of your poinsettia plant moist allowing it to dry out slightly in between watering. Pinch off spent blossoms regularly. Add plant fertilizer when it’s actively growing new buds or leaves.
Rose plants do well in bright indirect light. The soil needs to be moist, allowing it to dry in between watering. Remove any dead leaves and pinch off spent blossoms to encourage new blooms.