Indoor gardens not only make the look of your home more attractive, but also clean the air in it. Unfortunately, not everyone has enough time to take care of the plants in the house. In fact, plants also need attention from their owners.
Here we share several tips to maintain your indoor plants easily:
First of all, we recommend that you bring only several plants into the house. You can use these plants as a table decoration. Put them in the middle of the dining table or on the edge of your desk. Because they are just in front of you, then you will tend to remember to take care of them, water them every time needed.
In addition to putting plants in a visible place, try also using the technology to remind you watering and caring for the plants. Download any special application, or use a simple application such as a calendar on the phone to remind you.
Second, choose plants that require little maintenance. This way, you can be calm without worrying about the plants wilt when you’re busy working. Consider the types of plants that are resilient. Although you already have plants that can survive in low-light conditions, you should also provide an opportunity for the plants to receive sunlight.
Third, try using containers or pots that are larger in size than the plants. You don’t need to choose those which are very very large. The most important thing is the availability of space for growing these plants.
You can make the plants have the same size by trimming them. Yet, remember that some plants do not need to be trimmed, and even should not be trimmed. Plants such as palms and orchids should never be trimmed (except the section resembling the thorn).
To find out some indoor plants you can choose to improve the air quality in your home, you can see our article 5 Houseplants to Improve Indoor Air Quality at Your Home. Enjoy!
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