Heading out for a little getaway? Follow these tips to make sure you come back to happy, hydrated plants. If you’re going away for about a week… Cluster your plants. ▫ Move your plants to a spot that’s not getting too much sunlight. Grouping them
As the weather warms up, it’s time to switch up your plant care routine to make sure your plants continue to thrive this Summer. Follow these tips to keep your indoor plants happy and healthy in the warmer months. 1. Hydration In the same way
What You’ll Need: Your houseplant A planter Fresh potting mix + a small trowel Newspaper or kraft paper to cover your surface A watering can Be sure to water your plant thoroughly a day before repotting so that it’s hydrated. Step 1: Remove the plant
All of your indoor plants need water to survive, but not all plants have the same watering needs. Oddly enough, over-watering is the most common way to kill an indoor plant. As a general rule, with most plants, it’s usually better to underwater than overwater.
So you’re finally ready for the responsibility and commitment and have decided to take the first step towards plant parenthood—welcome! It may seem slightly intimidating at first, but we’re here to help. We’ve got a few tips to make sure you avoid some of the