How to Maintain the Appearance of Your Houseplants

The finest season to clear a slate is spring, which signifies a new beginning. Now that the temperature has increased, you can enjoy the refreshing breeze by opening the windows. If you haven’t already, it’s also a fantastic opportunity to begin working with your indoor plants once more. Even if houseplants can only be maintained at their best by giving them an occasional wipe down with a damp cloth, it’s still a good idea to give them a thorough makeover every now and then.

Get our indoor plants ready for spring by giving them some beneficial tips.

* Eliminate withered leaves

If you haven’t looked at your houseplants in a while, now is an excellent time. Should you notice any withering or dead leaves on our plants, carefully remove them and dispose of them in our compost. For a plant, dead leaves can be a heavy burden. After the dead and dying leaves are removed, the plant will use its remaining energy to create new, healthy leaves and maintain its existing foliage.

Your plants will look nicer and you will be doing them a favor by giving them an opportunity to concentrate their energy on growth and health by removing the dead and decaying leaves.

Moisten the foliage of the plant.

Wipe the leaves of the healthy plant with a moist towel. You can rid your plants of the dust that has accumulated over the winter and bring back their luster by giving their leaves a thorough cleaning. You’ll find that their color really pops after the dust is removed. Cleaning the leaves of rubber houseplants now may also be beneficial. When caring for your genuine 100% silk houseplants, make sure to adhere to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Watering them too soon could damage the silk material. Give it a try first if you’re unsure if watering the plant would help it grow.

It’s time to give our blooming plants new homes!

If our plants and flowers appear to have outgrown their existing container, it could be time to repot them. Repotting your plant or flower every few months is necessary if you want it to reach its maximum potential. If you must repot your plant, make sure you use a container with adequate nutrients by reading the advice below.

Replace or compost the soil.

If the soil in our plants and flowers appears to be lacking in nutrients, it may be time to add some additional compost or earth to the pots. Before transplanting the plant, the loose dirt surrounding the roots should be removed because this soil tends to be nutritionally deficient. Make sure the soil in the container is fresh and healthy before carefully replanting. When repotting plants or adding extra compost, you should do it outside to prevent soil from getting on your carpet or hardwood flooring.

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