As the seasons change, so do the needs of the plants that live with us.
From nutrients to watering, to sun exposure to temperature - every detail counts when watching our indoor garden thrive in the spring.
The main precautions to take at the time of the greatest growth of plants, which give life to our homes.
Replanting the plants in the spring, the so-called “Growing Season”, will help prepare them for growth and see them thrive. Replanting does not always mean changing pots, but renewing the substrate and its nutrients.
As the number of hours of light and the intensity of the light increase, your plants should consume water more quickly and, as a result, will need to be watered more frequently.
The increase in the frequency of irrigation should happen gradually and as necessary.
General rule - we must water our plants when the substrate is practically dry.
Until now, in the colder months, the incident sunlight was weaker. In the spring, it is important to revisit where to place our plants. Most are not suitable for strong, direct light, as this light burns their leaves.
TIP: Not sure if the light is too bright? A simple trick is to put your hand in the sun for a few seconds. If it is too hot for you, it will also be for your plants.
Cut the dead leaves by the stem and clean all the leaves frequently so they can enjoy the strongest spring light.
Plants love spring and it is during this period that you will notice them even more beautiful. Take the opportunity to live your growth in a present way and develop a daily care routine through them.