Home plants are enjoying a new surge in popularityPlants are wonderful species for your health and for your home decor. Perhaps in many cases, home plants are mystified by exactly why die so quickly. Plants really do not just die without a reason. The vast majority of home plants lost, are all caused by some common reasons. Here are some tips on how to keep the losses amount low by adopting some rules:


Too Much Water
Too much water may seem impossible but in reality, but it’s a very common error people make. There are very few plants that can handle daily and regular watering. The long-standing guidance about waiting until the top inch of soil is dry is a pretty good rule of thumb.


For the indoors, where sunlight tends to be indirect and scarce, it’s better to keep the plant on the drier side.

The easiest way to identify over watering is to check for root decomposition. For example, money plants require less watering while some thrive in wet soil. 


Poor Drainage 
This is a very important for any home plant to grow healthy. Watering and drainage are so closely related, it’s hard to draw a difference between them, but there’s no question that bad drainage kills a lot of plants. Never grow your plant in pots without proper drainage holes. If your pots have drainage holes, check if you have discharged the still water in the tray below. Whenever we water our plants, excess water flows through the drainage holes and collects on the tray underneath. Over time, the water accumulates, and your plant is perpetually sitting in water. 

Similarly, many people water their plants until the water runs out into the tray, but then they don’t empty the plate, so the plant is literally sitting in a pond. As a rule, the better your drainage is, the more frequently you can water 

Not Enough Water 
Similar to over watering, lifeless may be a sign of a dehydrated plant. Leaves of a dehydrated plant also tend to be yellow and curled and bowed.


If you’re finding it hard to keep up with your plants, choose for easier plants that require less watering.it’s a safe stake that people who let their plants die from lack of water really just don’t care and dehydrates the plants.

Not Repotting
It’s all too common that a plant owner will have a plant for a year or two, during which time the plant thrives and looks great, only to be startled and confused when the plant starts to fail for no reason. In many cases, plant may no longer receiving sufficient nutrition from the soil. Not all plants need to be repotted every year, but you should frequently check for root-bound plants and grow them accordingly.

Lack of dusting

Indoor plants incline to collect a lot more dust than outdoor ones, simply because there is less ventilation. Over time, dust and other particles can block the surface of the leaves and block the plant’s ability to trap sunlight, so keep dusting regularly.


Fertilizer Issues 
if your plants are getting the watering and drainage portion correctly, many plants can be very easygoing. A plant with a healthy root zone can often survive in changing temperature, lighting conditions. Plants need a strong foundation and base to thrive. If you can provide the ideal amount of light and a sensible indicator with the fertilizer and compost, your home plants will thrive and flourish.

If you understand your plants, environment and their needs correctly, these small tips can give you happy and healthy growing your own bunch of happy atmosphere and glance of greens everywhere in your dream home


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