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A Foolproof Guide To Watering Your Plants

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A Foolproof Guide To Watering Your Plants

The Basics Watering houseplants sounds simple, yet many of us have lost a plant friend to overwatering! Knowing exactly how much water your plant needs can be tricky as there are many variables to consider. However, fear not! We have some simple tips for you and your plant friends so we can help keep your plants happy and healthy. If you want to have a simple, no-fuss watering routine, this first section is just for you! Once a week, stick your index finger into the plant pot up to your second knuckle. If the soil is moist, you’re all good!...

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Observe, Maintain, Sustain : A Daily, Weekly, & Monthly Plant Care Guide

Fern Leaf Houseplants Maintain Plant Care Routine Tips

Observe, Maintain, Sustain : A Daily, Weekly, & Monthly Plant Care Guide

Why Should I Have A Routine? Although we do, you don’t have to eat, sleep, and breathe all things plants but having a good routine that is manageable will help you keep on top of your plant's needs. Although a routine is good, your plants won't instantly die if you break your routine every now and then so you don’t have to follow this advice religiously, but it can be a good starting point.  And remember, the best routine is one that works for you! Daily: Observe Your daily routine should be based on observations; making mental notes to help...

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Potting Your Plants | When and How to Re-Pot Your Plants

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Potting Your Plants | When and How to Re-Pot Your Plants

The simplest advice we can give to start with is to keep your plant in its nursery pot (The plastic pot they arrive in) and put that inside a decorative pot or planter. This approach can help with drainage, and make bottom watering a breeze.  Keeping your plants in their nursery pot also means you can switch up your plants style as often as you like. This is even more important if you’ve just received your new plant, as it will need at least 2 weeks to acclimate, and the less stress you can put it under the better.For planters...

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