I’m standing next to Fiodora, my Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree. She’s a beaut and lives in the corner of my dining room. She’s one of several plants I have in my house, definitely the biggest. I’ve always loved indoor plants, especially when I lived in an apartment. It was a great way to have a slice of nature inside. Even now that I have a yard, I still love the feel houseplants offer in whatever space they’re in. Today I wanted to share Indoor Plant Care Resources I Use, since I haven’t always had a green-thumb.
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I actually have one plant in particular that keeps me on my toes and is always testing me and just when I think I’ve figured her out, she acts up again. That’s sometimes just the nature of plants, especially house plants. It definitely teaches you a lot of patience.
Below I’ve gathered several resources I refer to and use for indoor plant help!
Indoor Plant Care Resources I Use
The secret to keeping a houseplant alive is to replicate its natural zone with humidity, light, and water. Tips for fiddle leaf figs, succulents, orchids, and more:
I love bringing the outdoors in and accessorizing my home with plants. But (and this is a big “but”), I always seem to manage to kill them no matter how hard I try. So, I’ve tracked down the best indoor plant resources in hopes of buying some new indoor plants to keep alive.
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Plant care isn’t always the easiest when you’re unsure of where to start. Once you learn plant care basics and find a routine, you’ll notice all the wonderful benefits of being a plant parent. Research has shown that plants can help you breathe happier and boost your mood just by having them around.
And a great suggestion from a friend of mine who is also an indoor plant lover and mother: https://www.reddit.com/r/houseplants/
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If you have any questions on where to buy plants, trees, succulents etc. drop a comment below or email me. I have good recs!