The Easiest Houseplants To Keep Alive

What are the easiest houseplants to keep alive? This is the most question that the people who love gardening keep asking. If you were among these people, and you have not received the right answer yet, read this article until the end because we will answer your question as well as the most repeated questions concerning gardening.

Some people are interested in gardening and keeping their plants alive, but they do not know how to treat plants and they usually fail in keeping them alive, some do know so many secrets about plants and gardening, still, they are still struggling with planting some plants, such as simple herbs and vegetables inside the home and others care about their plants but they find that their green thumbs do not live even this later receive huge attention from the gardener. Here, in this article, you will find solutions to all these problems and we will answer the 5 most repeated questions, the fifth question is the most repeated one.


1. What Are The Easiest Houseplants To Keep Alive?


These plants are the easiest to grow indoors, and they give the sense of nature and life in everywhere.

2. How Much Sunlight Should I Get It?


Among the reasons why your plants do not live is that you do not place them in the direction of light. So place your plants in direct or indirect sunlight. In other words, put your plants beside a window that will provide them with natural light. For example, the more you place a fiddle leaf tig tree in the direction of light the greener it will be. An important point to take into consideration is, finding where the south-facing light is coming into your house because south-facing windows usually give the brightest flow of the whole day, while north-facing windows have the lowest light. Thus, east-and West- facing is the accurate place to put your plants because they will receive the light of all day. West-facing windows add more warmth. 


3. Do I Need To Dust My Houseplants?


If the green leaves of your houseplant appear dirty or dusty, it would be great if you clean them with a soft damp cloth. Or you can use old cotton T-shirts because they work well in such matters. Dust can butt in a plant’s ability across its leaves, and lead to future problems. If you do so, your plant will have shiny and clean leaves and it will be more vivid.

4. Should I Fertilize My Houseplants?


Unlike the potted and grounded plants, Houseplants do not require fertilizer to flourish. Actually, you don’t have to fertilize your houseplants simply because they don’t need to be fertilized. But in case you were planting a certain plant in your pot for several years, and then you replaced it with another plant in the same soil, then you may consult an expert at your local nursery who’ll probably recommend you a mild fertilizer to return the vitamins and minerals into the soil.

  • If your plant was growing in a lean way, and you ignore its reasons then read this part because it deals with your problem. Actually, when plants grow at an extreme tilt, you are probably having root rot and will and the first action that you will take is to let your soil dry out, and then try to minimize watering your tilt plant. A little lean toward the sunlight would be the right solution; it just means your plant is attracted to the sunlight. If you notice your plant leaning, rotate it from time to time.
  • Another point that shows your plants are struggling is when they have a horrible egg smell. In this case, we will recommend a trick for you, you have to cut the decayed roots in order to save the plant’s life, but if you are not good at this then we recommend you to ask your local nursery to fix its problems and make more healthy.  
  • If you observed a white crust or increasing on the leaves of your plant or the pot, that’s just a sign of mining buildup from your water. The right trick for this matter whenever you have a guest who pours themselves a glass of filter water but doesn’t finish it, then pour that water into your plants after that guest has left. Because of this trick, you will conserve more water to water your plants. It’s a beneficial trick!
  • If you noticed that the leaves of your plant are falling or they have pale green or yellow, the solution in this case is to put it in a lightening place or if you overwatering it, then you have to water it just in the recommended days.

A secret to share with you, the Fallen or misshapen leaves is the sign of not enough sunlight, and yellowing is a sign of overwatering.


5. How Often Should I Water It?


Do you think that well caring for your plants means watering them every single day? If so, your thoughts are totally wrong. Do you want to know why? Because watering your plants daily is the secret that does not make them live longer. And here we will provide you with a simple test to know whether your plants are thirsty or not, put your finger about an inch or two into the soil beside the border of the pot, and if the soil was dry, this means your plant is thirsty. Ensure that the pot in which you plant your plants has drainage holes so that the roots stay healthy and strong. Also, while watering, give your plant enough water so that it soaks the soil, but then make sure to pour out any overload water about 30 minutes later because the plant will not absorb that water. All in all, the average of watering your plants is one time every three or four days. When you get attached to your plants you will know exactly when the soil has dried out. 

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