With the improvement of mental health, productivity, air quality and indoor style, the choice of indoor plants is becoming a growing trend. Whether you are a novice and do n’t know where
to start, or a novice botanist is seeking advice to keep your new additions thriving, we have some tips for you.
Initially you need to consider what type of factory you want to choose and the benefits it can provide. Succulent families are by far the most popular indoor plants. They have thick leaves
or an unusual flower shape on their bodies. Succulents are the easiest plant species to take care of because they don't require much attention and are relatively durable-in other words, if
you show them some love regularly, they are less likely to die. Another common finding at home is potted herbs or vegetables, usually on a windowsill in the kitchen. The benefits of these
fresh ingredients in your cooking can be enjoyed by the entire family and save you some money in your weekly store. There are also many other good choices, such as orchids and Japanese
peace lilies, and although a little tricky to take care of, with the right love, these can make amazing additions to your home interior. Here is a quick guide and care advice for each type
of these plants.
Your succulents are more at risk than underwater. Allow the topsoil to dry between waterings, and directly wet the soil. Do not let the leaves wet. Do not water the already wet soil. Your
succulents will need to be watered according to the season-succulents grow in the spring and summer months, so closely monitor your succulents and water needs during this time.
Make sure your succulent plants get enough light, keep them close to windows or glass doors, and rotate regularly.
Succulent plants can tolerate hot and cold temperatures, so if this is a comfortable heat for your home (17-21 degrees), your succulent plants will also be happy. Avoid succulent in direct
sunlight during hot summer days, as root systems are more vulnerable to damage in pots.
You can buy suitable succulent soils and fertilizers at most applicable stores. This is especially important in the spring of the growing season. Avoid soils with high peat moss content, as
peat moss contains too much water. If necessary, break up the soil with sand, sticks and gravel to achieve the best drainage effect. Spring / early summer is the best time to replant
succulent plants to promote growth.
There are plenty of succulent pots available in different materials and designs, the trick is to get the size and drainage right, and understand what minor changes in care need depending on
your pot selection. Most succulent plants have a shallow root system, so if you have an oversized flowerpot, you will trap too much water and rot the roots. Choose a pot that is only
slightly larger than the succulent plant and stop every few years as the pot grows. If you reuse a beautiful container as a succulent jar, make sure you create several drain holes to allow
excess water to escape. Most store-buy jars already have these, but if not, you should be careful yourself add one. Goodwood has helpful tips on drilling this drainage hole and the
differences between the jar materials. Keep your succulent plants free of dust and bugs to promote growth. http://www.chinagoodwood.com
Infrequent watering to promote root growth towards the pelvic floor. Watering your herbs slowly will allow the soil to absorb water before flowing out of the drainage holes.
The brighter the light, the better, so place the herbs next to a large window and avoid them touching the glass to prevent them from burning or getting too cold. A good suggestion is to add
some insult to your windows to control direct sunlight and temperature on your plants. Our kitchen shutters will be the best solution to this problem. Check out our gallery for inspiration.
Herbs don't like cold temperatures, making them too cold can hinder growth. Growth is most successful if the herb is maintained at a temperature of 18 degrees or higher.
Standard potting soil is useful for your herbs. If your heart is on a particularly large jar, this jar is a bit too big, you can add some sticks and gravel to improve drainage and prevent
too much moisture from accumulating in the soil. Once your herbs have grown exponentially, you can use multipurpose soil to distribute between outdoor pots to allow continued growth.
Fertilize with organic or seaweed and liquid fish fertilizers.
Make sure your pan has a drain hole and place it on a plate to prevent water leakage. Consider the size of the flowerpot according to the needs of the plant. For example, the roots of basil
are larger than most other herbs, so a large / deep flowerpot is needed to accommodate them, no matter how large the flowerpot is, or even the soil moisture is difficult. Reach and hold.
Water slowly and often to allow the soil to absorb water, and monitor your watering carefully, as over-watering will kill the plants.
Choose a sunny window sill, at least 5 hours a day is best, or as much as possible in summer. Don't let your vegetable plants compete in light overcrowded pots and give them plenty of room.
The average indoor temperature (17 degrees Celsius to 21 degrees Celsius) is enough for your window dishes to survive, but in colder months, the roots of the tree can withstand lower
temperatures, so don't worry about digging them into the garden if you like. In summer, the increase in temperature and sunlight promotes growth, so don't forget to give them enough food.
Use compost specifically designed for containers as it is most effective at retaining moisture and extra nutrients. Nutrients are quickly consumed by plants, so keep the liquid feed at
least once every two weeks.
A 20 cm deep window pot is a good choice for most window vegetables, but if you risk digging carrots or beans, you need a 30 cm window pot. Be careful with space. Overcrowded pots can cause
Some other family favorites are a little tricky to take care of, so make sure you read the instructions carefully once they purchase and show a lot of their attention.
Keep the soil moist but avoid over-watering. If watering is insufficient, the leaves will turn yellow. Another cause of leaf browning may be the sensitivity of the lily to some chemicals in
the tap water, such as fluoride. The filtered room temperature water is best used for watering.
Keep quiet Lily in a well-lit place, but avoid direct sunlight. Light in the morning helps to promote growth, but direct sunlight in the afternoon may be too strong, so try to avoid it on
Peace lilies prefer warm, humid climates, so they thrive at temperatures above 21 degrees, although they can survive at temperatures of 16 degrees and above as long as they stay away from
cold, airy windows.
Allow the top soil to dry out between about 1 inch of watering.
Keep in a well-lit place and avoid direct sunlight. The most suitable place is near the window, and the sun never shines directly on the leaves.
20-23 degrees is the ideal temperature for a tropical rain forest.