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How to grow Indoor plants

HOW TO GROW INDOOR PLANTS HERE ARE SOME TIPS THAT WILL HELP YOU GROW YOUR INDOOR PLANTS: 1) WATER Plant cells are like water balloons. When they are filled, they become stiff and your plant stands upright. When there is a lack of water, the cells deflate and the plant looks wilted - a clear sign your plant needs more water. Transpiretien 2) TRANSPIRATION oe (iner e ely n Play Transpiration is very important for maintaining moisture conditions in the environment. As much as 10 percent of the moisture in the Earth's atmosphere is from transpiration of water by plants. 3) AIR/VENTILATION Fresh air and ventilation is not often mentioned when growing plants, but I bring it up here for a couple different reasons. 4) HUMIDITY houseplants prefer 40-60% humidity much higher than most of our homes-especially during the winter when fireplaces and furnaces dry the air out. Therefore, it's 1 essential that you increase the humidity for your plants. 5) SOIL The soil is a storehouse for all the elements plants need to grow: nutrients, organic matter, air, and water. Soil also provides support for plant roots. To know more about how to grow indoor plants Visit:

How to grow Indoor plants

shared by Greenium on Feb 02
The secret to grow a Indoor plant alive is to replicate its natural growing zone by giving it the amount of humidity, light, and water it prefers. To know more about it check out:




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