How to keep your houseplants alive


If you are looking to have great looking houseplants for a long time to come, you will want to pay extra attention to them. You will want to make sure that you are doing it in the proper way so that you do not kill them before they have a chance to grow.

The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you are buying your houseplants at the right time. Many people simply buy their houseplants at the wrong time of the year and that is why they do not do well. When you are buying a houseplant when the temperature is close to freezing, you are risking putting that plant into shock. You may also kill the houseplant by buying it during the heat of summer and leaving it in your car or outside in the heat too long.

Make sure that the plant is getting the proper amount of light. If you are giving it too much or not enough, it may die. Make sure that you are getting the right information on the plant so that you can ensure that it will not be subject to anything that may harm it or prevent it from doing well in your home.

Another problem that may hurt houseplants is to not have them in the proper temperature. You will want to make sure that the plants are getting the right amount of light and have the proper temperature in the room they are in so that they are going to be able to adjust to it well. Humidity is another issue that you need to pay attention to. Keep the room temperature and the humidity at the proper levels to ensure that the plants are doing as well as they can.

Keep your houseplants watered properly as well. You do not want to over or under water your houseplants. You want to make sure they are getting the water amounts that they need to do well. You will find that when you are on a good schedule to water and fertilize the houseplants, they will do better and be able to live longer.


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