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Happy Plants Care Blog
Our Guide to Potting and Repotting Your Indoor Plants.
Potting = potting a new plant into a nice pot with drainage holes at the bottom.
Repotting = potting a plant that has out grown its current pot with drainage holes at the bottom onto a bigger pot with drainage holes at the bottom.
Sometimes when we buy a new plant, we don't want to keep it in the plastic nursery pot that it comes in. You can follow our basic steps to potting your new plant into a pot with drainage holes...
Watering is the most important care element! And can you believe that one of the most common causes of plant issues is over watering? More newbie plant owners water their plants too much than too little.
It is imperative as a plant parent to learn how to water your indoor plants and develop a watering routine that you can maintain. And to do this you need to understand and learn the water requirements of each specific plant that you own.
Humidity refers to the amount of water vapour in the air and how wet the air feels. Humidity for indoor plants refers to the amount of moisture in the air around your plants.
Most indoor plants and houseplants originate from (and grow naturally in) tropical and humid jungle environments. And as such, it is vital to increase the moisture in the air of the indoor environments that we keep our indoor plants. Luckily there are many easy ways to increase the humidity for your humidity loving indoor plants.
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If you only have a few plants, you can use the glass and string watering method. Fill a glass (or any other open vessel that can hold water) with water and place it next to your plant. Cut a piece of string and place one end into the glass of water (long enough to reach the bottom of the glass) and the other end into the soil of your plant.
Happiness is a home full of things we love. And sometimes this includes pets AND plants! We know that for many people a home full of pets and plants is the ultimate delight. But with this can come the worry of how well your beloved pets and adored plant babies can live in harmony together.
Discover which indoor plants are child and pet friendly and how you can fill your home with happiness. We hope that this information helps you to create the happiest space full of all the things that you love!
Even the most experienced plant parent encounters problems with their indoor plant that they have to work to solve. Plants are marvellously giving but also can be finicky living things. Luckily they will show you when they are unhappy...
Read on to learn how to identify and solve the most common indoor plant problems, experienced by plant parents alike, by understanding the signs of the different problems and how they show themselves on your indoor plants.
Including solutions to the problems based on what has caused them.