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Useful Tips for Keeping an Indoor Garden Thriving

Useful Tips for Keeping an Indoor Garden Thriving

Whether you live somewhere that can’t support a garden, or you want to make it easier to enjoy a little greenery, indoor gardening can be a great hobby. The intricacies of gardening indoors are a little different than a traditional garden, but anyone can do it, even without a ton of experience. These useful tips for keeping an indoor garden thriving will give you the greenery you’re looking for.

Use Less Water

Many beginner gardeners believe there’s no such thing as too much water for a plant, but most plants can use only so much water. Over-watering can choke out a plant’s roots and create spaces for bacteria to develop and attack your plants. Many common indoor plants can go a long time without needing more water. If you have hardy plants, such as cacti or succulents, though it’s good to know the difference between them and how they hold their water, make sure you feel their soil before you water. If there’s any moisture still in the soil, you can wait a little longer to give them more water.

Consider Placement for Light Exposure

Sunlight exposure is crucial for healthy plants, especially ones that live indoors. Just like with water, there’s such a thing as too much light. It’s important to understand which of your plants need a lot of light so that you can position them near windows that get the most sun. Certain plants won’t thrive under constant sunlight, so you should place them in places that receive sunlight for small portions of the day.

Manual Cleaning for Better Health

A lesser-known tip for helping an indoor garden thrive is to manually clean the plant. Without any wind or rain to clean them off, plants can attract a lot of dust over time. A warm, damp washcloth can be an easy solution to get rid of this buildup, and it will also help prevent pests from settling on your plant. Getting rid of areas of rot, such as browning leaves, can also give your plants a better chance to survive.

Increase Humidity Around Plants

With heat or air conditioning running regularly in the vast majority of houses, it creates a much drier environment for plants than they would get if they were outside. Humidity is still important for plants to grow their best, and you can make this environment yourself. Putting plant pots on top of a saucer of rocks and water can help create a more humid environment for them. Just don’t let the pot touch the water itself!

An indoor garden can be a fantastic source of greenery and life for your home. With these tips, you shouldn’t have any trouble getting your indoor garden to look its best and last a long time.



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