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Steps to Make Houseplants Happy

Houseplants are immaculate to liven up the rooms of your home – the inconvenience is, they now and again turn yellow or shrink, and you have no clue why. Take after the simple strides in this venture and you’ll give your houseplants the most obvious opportunity to remain green and sound.

A solid houseplant has the correct blend of light, soil, and dampness. As it were, it lives in a place that is much the same as home. A decent tip is to make your plants agreeable by mirroring their local surroundings. It merits exploring where your houseplants originate from and what makes them flourish.


  • Moisture controlling compost
  • Ready to use plant food

Other useful items

  • Trowel
  • Moss, mulch or pebbles
  • Watering can

Step 1

Follow your plants’ changing watering needs. Plants vary their water needs over the seasons. When they’re actively growing, they need more water. Watch what your plant is doing and increase or decrease its water accordingly.

Step 2

For proper watering, think of your plant as a sponge. There’s no need to let your plant completely dry out before you flood it – that can be stressful. If you think of your plant as a sponge, you want to keep it moist enough to be able get a drop or two of water with a gentle squeeze.

Step 3

Maintain moisture in your plant soil. Place a little moss, mulch, or even some pebbles around the base of your plants to retain moisture in the container. If your schedule is a little hectic, and watering becomes an issue, try using a moisture-retention soil.

Step 4

Need for feed. Feeding will produce bigger, lusher plants with more blooms. Ready to use plant food comes in ready to use convenience so there’s no mixing, measuring or mistakes!

Step 5

Keep clear of bugs. As with all plants, houseplants can be attacked by a range of bugs. Use the latest insecticide in plant care which works by hitting existing pests, protecting against new attack to create stronger-resistant plants.