Choose the right plant for your space

Different plants have different light and water requirements, so make sure to choose a plant that can thrive in the conditions of your home.

Provide proper lighting

Most indoor plants require bright, indirect light, so make sure to place your plants near a window that gets plenty of light but is not directly in the sun.

Water appropriately

Overwatering and underwatering are common mistakes when it comes to caring for indoor plants. Generally, it's best to water when the top inch of soil is dry to the touch, and make sure not to let the plant sit in standing water.

Use the right soil

Indoor plants need soil that is well-draining and nutrient-rich. Look for a high-quality potting mix specifically designed for indoor plants.

Choose the right container

Make sure your plant has a container with drainage holes to prevent water from accumulating at the bottom of the pot.

Provide humidity

 Many indoor plants benefit from a humid environment, especially during the winter when the air is dry. You can use a humidifier or place a tray of water near the plant to increase humidity.

Prune and fertilize

Regular pruning and fertilizing can help keep your indoor plants healthy and thriving. Remove any dead or yellowing leaves, and fertilize according to the plant's specific needs.