We’ve created this section for people in trouble to grow their green thumb. It will cover almost every concern or doubt you might have regarding houseplant care. Without further ado, let’s see what are important houseplant care topics that’ll help you not kill your plant!
Does my plant receive enough light? Should I move it to some shadier place? Are artificial lights good for plants? Do all plants need direct sunlight? Can too much light kill my plants? These are just some of the questions that may hit your mind, and lucky for you- I’ve got the answers! All these and many others are thoroughly explored in my plant lighting guide for gardening beginners.
How many propagation methods are there? Can all plants be propagated in the same way? Why is it important to clean the tools before and every after propagating? This is probably one of the least amusing gardening duties, but, you cannot just ignore it. For that reason, I came up with a convenient propagating guide for gardening beginners, to make this task less stressful for you.
Is it okay to water plants with tap water? Do I need to water my plants every day, or it’s not necessary? Can anything go wrong if I pour too much of this precious liquid? How will I know if my plant is receiving enough water? All those doubts will be gone once you dive deep into my plant watering guide for gardening beginners. I tried my best to cover as many useful fields as I could.
What will happen to my plants if the temperature inside the room is fluctuating? How harmful are too low temperatures? Can draft kill plants? Things are quite tricky here, as your plants won’t always immediatelly respond to changes in temperature. But, have no worries, my insightful plant temperature guide for gardening beginners includes tons of practical tips that will help you keep things well-balanced.
When you have pets, you simply take them with you while on vacation, but that doesn’t work for plants. How to take a proper care of your plants while you are away? What to do if no one can water the plants for you? Don’t panic, there are plenty of solutions! My practical guide on vacation plant care for gardening beginners is filled with great suggestions and useful gadgets which will be in charge of your plants while you are away.
What majority of plants have in common is huge desire for humidity. But, do all plants like high humidity, or some of them prefer lower? How to measure humidity levels and how to adjust them well? If you want these questions answered, take time to read my plant humidity guide for gardening beginners and learn how to make your plant thrive.
Believe it or not, plants need to be cleaned as well. Especially those with larger leaves! But, is it necessary to use some chemicals? How often should you clean your plant? Can anything go wrong if you don’t clean your plant at all? Head straight to my step-by-step guide on plant cleaning for gardening beginners to find out!
Should I fertilize my plants everyme I water them? What is the difference between water and granular fertilizer? Can I use one product for all plants I have? Will too much fertilizer make my plant grow faster? If you don’t want to kill your plant by using inadequately prepared or improper food, take time to read my plant fertilizing guide for gardening beginners.
Repotting is probably the messiest of all plant-related duties, but what needs to be done- needs to be done. How to tell when is the right time to repot a plant? Is it okay to use same container, or I need to get a bigger one? Would it be wise to use the same soil, or I have to get new one? Before you get down to this “dirty job”, take time to catch a glimpse of my plant repotting guide for gardening beginners to get the answers.
It’s really important to pick the right home for your plant. Just imagine growing up and wearing the same jeans for a long time. And no, more (larger) is not always better. That’s a fine line between a right-fit-planter and the one that will suffocate your plant. Learn the difference!