Plants are an ideal atmosphere for any room in your home. They look good in the bathroom, kitchen, living and dining rooms. When you decide to place plants inside the house there are some basic points you should consider.
The external appearance, the color of the flowers and flora are the most determining factors when choosing a houseplant aspects. All will develop quickly if you stimulate with a substrate and proper irrigation.
The state of the roots is also important when buying, must be well embedded in the earth, not out of the pot and have a clear color.
The piece you choose should be free of insects, fungi or pests. Check it carefully, if you notice that the floor has holes, yellow leaves, white powder, dry appearance, dull leaves, leafless stems.
It is important not to let yourself be carried away by the number of flowers. Having more flowers than other plant does not mean it’s healthy. Sometimes it is more desirable plants that have not flowered. Once you bring home the buds open in a few days.
Indoor plants should be adapted to the conditions of their new home, most likely grown in greenhouses superior to those of a normal housing conditions and suffering from a number of changes to climate. To do this it is recommended to provide a good amount of light from the first day, although sun exposure should not be direct, to prevent burning.
To transplant to a pot, it is best to wait about four weeks since its acquisition and to pay it for the first time should elapse about two weeks after they reach your home.
How to grow your First Houseplants
In the market there are a lot of variety for the home. It is important to acquire specialized places for guidance on the location you want to give the conditions of light, heat and moisture it needs and if you can adapt to their new environment.
Check the quality and condition of the leaves, the roots do not exceed the pot and height. If you have flowers, choose the one with the highest number of unopened buds. You must find out about the watering cycles, fertilization, pruning and transplant your new plant.
If you are a beginner, it is best to start with hardy plants that require little care and can withstand a possible mistake when watering. An ideal for this plant is the string or climbing plants.