In order for indoor plants to delight with green leaves and bright flowers, not all of them need to be watered often. Many species will die from this departure. They need a special approach.
The long, dark green leaves of the clivia will remain succulent even if not watered for a short time. At the same time, yellow, orange or red flowers will not wither. You just need to prevent moisture stagnation.
Before moistening the soil, make sure that it is dry 3-4 cm deep. This can be done with a toothpick or wooden stick.
If water has accumulated in the pan, it is immediately poured out. It is best to check for moisture half an hour after watering.During the rest period, the flower is not watered or moisturized very rarely. After the start of bud formation, the clivia begins to be watered quite abundantly.
A drought-resistant plant will more easily tolerate a short lack of moisture than an abundance of water in a pot.
Watering is necessary when the top layer of the earth is completely dry. Otherwise, the roots will rot, the plant will die.
Pelargonium grows well in fertile and well-drained soil with a loose structure. The mixture can either be purchased ready-made, or you can make it yourself by mixing equal parts of garden soil, good peat and medium-grained sand (for drainage).You need to add a small amount of humus. In such a soil, the water will not stagnate, and the excess will be discharged into the sump.
The graceful plant thrives on the west and east side windows. Access to fresh air is important for camellia, but drafts and sweltering heat will only harm it.In the absence of ventilation, excess moisture in the pot evaporates poorly.
Before the next watering, you need to make sure that the topsoil is well dried.
During the rest period, drying of the earth in a container with a camellia up to half the height of the pot is allowed. To check, you can use special indicators or improvised means. The pallet is always checked for excess water.
The flower develops well when the air humidity is more than 50% and at a distance from heating devices. However, he easily tolerates short-term drought in a pot.
In spring and summer, begonias are watered as the soil dries up, without filling and removing excess liquid from the pan in time. In other seasons, moistening is carried out less often, waiting for the earth to dry out by half.
For watering, settled or boiled water at room temperature is optimal. Half an hour after the procedure, you need to drain the excess from under the flower. If you overuse watering, begonia will die.
Ficuses will delight you with bright foliage, if you sometimes forget about watering. When the soil is regularly moist, the air does not penetrate to the roots. An unfavorable microclimate is formed, the plant dies.
It is optimal if the soil for the ficus is dry 2-3 cm deep.
Spraying refreshes and cleanses the leaves. To do this, use a settled or boiled liquid, which will avoid whitish stains. Regularly, the leaves are wiped with a soft cloth.
In summer, indoor flowers are watered once every 3-4 days. The liquid is poured until it begins to flow out of the holes in the bottom of the container into the pan. Wait until the top is dry and slightly moisten it again.You do not need to spray velvet leaves, as this will lead to a violation of heat transfer and spoil the appearance of the plant. Indoors, it is best to maintain a humidity of 60%.
Afellandra bicolor leaves will not turn pale if you add a little water to the pot.
Stagnation leads to rotting of the roots, impermeability of the soil to air, and also to the creation of a disease-friendly environment.
If this happens, it is worth trying to save the flower by making cuttings from the tops. It is recommended to wipe the wide leaves at least once a week. Will help freshen up greens and sprays. Such events are especially important in summer, when the windows are open and there is a lot of dust.
This flower grows well in high humidity, but the soil should be crumbly.
Spraying daily with warm water helps the leaves and flowers stay vibrant. In February-March, these events can be stopped.
If the plant sheds foliage, watering should be stopped until the soil in the pot is completely dry. Then the soil is moderately moistened, avoiding stagnation.
Different varieties of orchids do not tolerate the abundance of water in the growing containers. In warm seasons, watering is carried out about 1 time in 4 days, in winter - less often. Settled water without chlorine, as well as boiled water, is suitable. Moistening of the soil can be carried out without a watering can. To do this, place the flower pot in a bowl of water for 15 minutes.
Frequent and abundant watering will harm - you can lose a houseplant.
When caring for home flowers, it is important to avoid stagnant water. It is important to keep the soil in a loose state, then the plants will develop well and do not need to be urgently rescued.
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