Top 8 Ways To Take Care Of Houseplants

Updated: Mar 30



Nurture refers to a secure and safe surrounding that is created or provided by a caregiver to make sure that prevailing conditions, as well as nutrition, are bestowed upon the receiver without causing any sort of harm or threat to the being in question.


It takes a great deal to care for someone or something. In the view of the fact that as humans we are driven by affection and motivation, we can't worry or care for something with which we feel no emotional connection.


By involving oneself in taking care of plants one would learn to become gentle and possess more amiable traits which will prove to be highly helpful in the long run for the person.


Ways To Take Care Of Your Plants


1. Plant Health

A thorough examination of the plant before purchasing is a must to ensure that it isn't bacteria-infested. Black spot, shot hoke, late or early blight, rust, bacterial canker are among the few common plant diseases which one should check for in a plant before buying it.


2. Proper watering

Summers can be extremely hot in certain parts of India. One must ensure that an adequate amount of water is supplied to the plants lest they die. It isn't necessary to give them what is more than required as it will lead to water clogging.


3. Quality of the soil

Choose soil that has good water retention capacity and get it replaced when necessary because soil tends to degrade after a while. Using organic fertilizer to keep your soil quality in check is also a healthy measure that can be adopted.


4. Gardening Equipment

It is necessary to clean your garden equipment and tools to avoid the spread of plant disease among your plants in the garden.


5. Pruning

Keep pruning dead plants and uproot weeds to create a healthy surrounding and sufficient space for your existing plants to grow. It would create a clean environment for them to grow.


6. Efficient Drainage

To ensure a plant's longevity, proper drainage plans could be of great help. Create barriers, segments, and sections for an efficient drainage system.


7. Compost

While composting, one should keep in mind that the wastes decompose at different rates. It wouldn't be advisable to use the compost material until the entire mass has been completely composted. This will help in avoiding the spread of diseases from the dead material.


8. Adequate Distancing

Allow a plant to grow freely by not constraining it. Place plants beside one another at an adequate distance for the plants to grow enough.


To nurture nature is rewarding in various ways. Gardening is an activity that requires the active involvement of one's body as well as their mind.


Through gardening, one can harbor and cultivate positive affections such as empathy, compassion, love, etc. In addition to the delight that it brings of watching life grow and develop, it could also bring relief to people suffering from stress or anxiety.


It could bring meaning to the lives of people who regard themselves as depressed. The lesson that gardening could teach to the one who is willing to acquire it is to remain patient and calm to reap the fruit.


Sounds quite hard, right? With our Organic Smart Garden, you will only need 10 minutes of your time to set it up. Then, in a month time you will be able to enjoy the crunchy greens that you will have grown all by yourself. Just don't tell anyone that you actually didn't do anything to grow them ;)





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