This is a list of a movie posted by Rachel from Hieta backyard on her YouTube channel. She has made the choice to fill her flat with no less than 45 home plants, all looking in magnificent shape. Congrats Rachel! But how can she do?
Before we get there, let me tell you more about Hieta garden and Rachel. She is a creative youtuber, notifying people about style, health and minimalism. She is located in Vietnam, a nation that benefits from a few of the very marvellous flaura and wildlife on Earth.
Within her video she discusses her plant maintenance routine and shows how to keep her houseplants alive and beautiful all year long.
This is what her apartment in Brisbane resembles: fresh, minimalistic, green and urban — & all that with style!
10 PRO TIPS TO KEEP YOUR HOUSEPLANTS ALIVE
Light. Know your apartment. Pick a plant that fits with your flat or room light conditions (unethical, vs. bright). If your flat is not getting a lot of sunlight, do not select a plant that needs direct sunlight.
Care directions. Locate the care instructions on the label or online to get to know your plant.
Water needs. Don’t water all your crops all of the time because different species have different water requirements. Cacti and succulents won’t need to be watered up to palm plants such as. Read about House Plants Watering techniques.
Drainage holes. Make sure the terrazzo planter pots you choose have good drainage, to prevent root rot brought on by the roots sitting in still water for quite a while. If the plant is outgrowing its pot, consider re-potting it into a bigger one.
Quit re-arranging your crops all the time. Plants will get used to being in one space with a certain quantity of light. Transferring them around all of the time is a disruptive event in a plant’s life.
Prune. Prune your plants deads leaves. This will focus the plants crucial energy towards the healthiets leaves and stop wasting funds on older ones.
Fertilize. Add a little bit of fertilizer in a spring or summer month. They are available in different shapes, like a liquid or pebbles.
Match your skills. As soon as you’ve had more experience with them, you can move on to things which are a little bit more complicated.
Avoid the warmth. Avoid putting your plants too near air conditioners or some other source of warmth.
Destroys the plants prior to buying them. Assess the leaves, as well as the roots.
Oxygenate. Whether you develop a plant in soil or in water (hydroponics), the roots need oxygen to operate. Oxygenate the soil by frequently drilling holes in it with a skewer rod or a chop stick. In too compacted soil or overly damp soil there is no space for oxygen and that puts the roots at risk. If you are growing with a hydroponic technique, make sure to change the water with new one from the tap. Nonetheless water loses oxygen after a few days. The bubbles in the water coming from the tap contain enough oxygen for a couple of days, up to a week or so.