How Not to Kill Your Houseplant: Survival Tips for the Horticulturally Challenged
About this deal
The photographs are gorgeous and if you're anything like me, once you adopt one plant you'll find yourself going back for more.
How Not to Kill Your Houseplant | DK UK
It’s just a matter of considering all the variables and testing for each one, but with time, experience, and a few mistakes, you’ll learn to understand the signs better. Grow kits are an oft-overlooked way to have tasty herbs, plump tomatoes, and cool houseplants without investing a ton of time and energy. I really like the "hook" of "how not to kill it," which was funny and very relatable (as someone with a history of killing plants--accidentally, of course!A careful watering regime is also crucial, taking care to water very gently (in the case of very fragile seedlings it’s best to bottom-water) and to avoid overwatering as this can quickly cause problems with disease. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.
How Not To Kill Your Houseplants | Best House Plant Tips
You can spray the plant with neem oil or make a DIY insect killing soap that’ll nix insects without harming your greenery. So why on earth why did you think leaving your houseplant outside or in that unheated conservatory when Winter crept up was a good idea? Other houseplants suitable for these kinds of growing conditions include the ponytail palm (Beaucarnea recurvata);the baby rubberplant (Peperomia obtusifolia); the Kentia palm (Howea forsteriana) and the Areca palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens).How Not to Kill Your Houseplant is aimed towards newbies, but it also included tricks that were new to me, such as how to save an overwatered plant by wrapping its soil in newspaper. In any case, you should fertilize less in the winter time: in fact, in December and January you don’t need to fertilize at all.