How to take care of your plants …
The three main factors to keep in mind when it comes to taking care of indoor plants are: light, irrigation and temperature.
Light: The duration of exposure to light that is considered ideal for plants is 8 to 16 hours per day, and keep in mind that we talk about light, not direct sun, the vast majority of indoor plants don’t support the direct sun, even less through a glass.
Watering: Watering too much or watering too little is harmful to plants. It is considered that the main cause of death of indoor plants is due to an excess of irrigation and most plants allow a certain degree of dryness in the substrate. As a general rule, we recommend watering the indoor plants once a week, better do it by immersion,although we will wait for the substrate to have lost moisture before watering again.
Temperature: Most tropical species, which are almost all of our houses or offices considered as indoor plants, are adapted to grow in a range of 15 ° C to 25 ° C, similar to the temperature of most houses.
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The fertilizer: The plants in containers in the long run exhaust the nutrients. We can add nutrients from solid or liquid fertilizers. Fertilizers incorporate three numbers, for example 20-20-20, each number indicates the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium respectively. The three chemical elements are the main essentials. In general terms, it is recommended to add fertilizer to plants every 30 days.