House plants are great for brightening up the space and making your home look more comfy and cozy. However, sometimes it's a bit tricky to keep those green friends alive, so we share a short guide to help you keep your greenery alive! If you love (and own) house plants, check out our House Plants iPhone case!
Allow soil to dry between waterings. Don't over water in winters! Try to avoid getting leaves wet when you water. Indirect light is best for snake plants. Only fertilize during the growing season with plant food.
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Keep soil evenly moist at all times, watering approx. 2-3 times per week. Do not overwater or leave plant sitting in water! During the growing season, fertilize with liquid plant food. This plant grows big, so change dirt and transplant to a a larger pot annually.
This plant loves direct sun light, but keep it indirect. Allow top of the soil dry out between waterings. Water the plant with the fertilizer monthly in spring and summer and every six to eight weeks in fall and winter.
Place this plant to bright, indirect sunny spot in your home. Don't place your Pilea in direct sunlight since it will scorch the leaves. Allow the soil to dry between waterings. When the leaves start looking a tad droopy, it’s time to water your plant! Fertilizer twice during the spring and summer.
This plant is able to survive for months without water and will grow well in any light except direct sun, so taking care of ZZ Plant is very easy! Requires very little water and does best when it is basically ignored.