Useful Tips for Growing Air-Purifying Plants

Plants and gardening are a wonderful way to spend your time. And now it is easier than ever with the ability to buy garden plants online. If you’re new to indoor gardening, here are a few helpful tips to get you started:

Watering: how often & how much?   Overwatering is one of the most common mistakes made with houseplants—so err on the side of underwatering rather than overwatering! Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings and then water deeply until water starts to come out of the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot. Depending on the plant and the size of the pot, this could be every week or two or even once a month (for succulents).

What type of pot should I use?   Not all pots are created equal! Make sure you choose a pot that has drainage holes at the bottom so that your plant doesn’t sit in soggy soil (which will lead to root rot). Clay pots or pots with saucers underneath work well for most plants since they help regulate moisture levels by allowing excess water to drain away from the roots while still providing some humidity (plants like humidity!).

Should I fertilize my indoor plants?   Fertilizing is not necessary for all indoor plants but can be beneficial if your plant is looking pale or stunted (this could be a sign that it’s not getting enough nutrients). Use a diluted liquid fertilizer every 2-4 weeks during growing season (spring and summer) and once every month during fall and winter (when growth slows down). Always follow manufacturer’s instructions when using fertilizers—a little goes a long way!

Conclusion:  By adding some of these beautiful and beneficial plants to your home décor, you’ll enjoy cleaner air and improved health—not to mention some extra green Appearing throughout Australia helps reduce stress levels naturally leaves an inviting feeling in any room!

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