If you want to feel the spirit of nature in your home and you are fond of flowers, then read ten tips for growing flowers. Although each herb requires special conditions and care, these tips apply to all those who grow flowerbeds.
The housekeeping expert Isabella Palmer has published the book The House Gardener, which offers instructions and inspiration for miniature gardens that each of us can do:
1.Carefully position the flowers. Choose flowers that fit the environment, because even the most experienced gardeners can not make flowers that need the sun to survive in a cool, shady place. So make sure your flowers are positioned right in the room – so there will be enough light and heat as needed.
2. Try to avoid direct sun exposure. Window lenses exposed to direct sunlight will be too hot for most of the room plants. Also, do not place the house plants on a direct heat source, such as radiators.
3. Avoid sealing surfaces. Provide enough light for your plants to make quality photosynthesis.
4. Avoid extreme temperatures. Keep susceptible plants away from a slip, as it will lower their moisture levels.
5. Proper flowerpots. Try to transplant your flowerbed into a larger pot of plant every second year to grow in the right way.
6. Be well-equipped. Use appropriate tools for keeping the flowers in the room. Spilling with the help of long tubes (spaghetti) is essential for reducing the amount of dust, as well as in the fight against pests and the occurrence of diseases. Small but long rakes and macadels are great for accessing the most demanding areas.
7. Pour wisely. Do not overwhelm the excessive plants. Add some drainage material to the bottom of the pot, such as sand or tiny stones. This will allow good aeration of the root.
8. Winter dream. During the winter period, allow the plant to rest and move it to a colder place. This is because most plants are in hibernation during this period, so they do not need so much sunlight. You should also reduce the amount of water and diet of the plant, as this can prevent the onset of diseases – fungal diseases and rooting of the root. Move the flowers away from the window, because it will be colder during that winter period.
9. Be careful. Learn to recognize potential problems much earlier before the onset of pests caused by pests or other physiological problems that can perish the plant.
10. Think Long Term. If you want to grow up all year round, then choose room plants that will progress for longer.