Tips to Master the Art of Being a Plant Parent

How Not to Kill your Plants?

Green plants provide instant visual relief to our eyes and calm down our anxious soul. But, most of us struggle hard to keep our potted buddies alive. Houseplants need little attention and can thrive in all conditions and still, sometimes we end up killing them. Are you wondering how not to kill your plants? We get you! We came up with this interesting guide that has the tips to master the art of being a plant parent!

Bring Home the Right Indoor Plant

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There are plants that are low-maintenance and are perfect for keeping indoors. Avoid the mistake of picking the wrong plant that can survive only in direct sunlight. You can purchase Jade Plants, Lucky Bamboo, Snake Plants and more.

Choose the Perfect Pot

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The containers make a lot of difference. If you use the right size, then your plant will grow like there is no end. Don’t we all want that?

Note Down the Dates

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Maintain a diary and note down the dates when you watered your indoor plants. By jotting down you will get rid of over-watering or under-watering your dearest plant.

Homemade Compost

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Try and use compost that you have made at home from coffee grounds, vegetable and fruit peels. You can add the peels into your pot directly and mix them with the soil.

Gently Clean the Leaves

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We often forget about cleaning the leaves of our green babies. Take a cotton cloth and clean them gently with water.

Prune Dead or Damaged Leaves

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As soon as you spot a dead or damaged leave, you must cut it with your pruning scissors.

Rotate the Plants & Provide Proper Sunlight

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To provide your indoor plant with a suitable amount of light keep rotating them. Let all the sides soak in the sunlight!

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