Here are some answers to questions we commonly get asked about indoor plant care. If you have a question that you do not see here, please click here to scroll to the bottom of this page and fill in the
Question: Do your indoor plants need fertilizer? Answer: Yes, they do. You should use a mild fertilizer (like Schultz Instant Liquid) that is water soluble and that you use at each watering. That way it makes it simple to use
Question: My plant is droopy. Does it need water? Answer: Learning to understand plant language is an art. If a plant is droopy, it could mean that it is either over or under watered. Check the soil at the roots,
Question: Why do I need to prune my Pothos? Answer: Have you ever seen a Pothos that has never been pruned? It has two or three runners that just go on and on with no fullness in the center…
Question: When do you repot a plant? Answer: We will repot a plant when the roots are coming out of the holes in the bottom of the grow pot. At that point, the plant is usually looking for more water
Question: When can I fertilize my interior plants? Answer: We fertilize our indoor plants from March through October. Those are the growing months. You do not want to fertilize in the winter because the plants go dormant, just like the
Question: How do you keep a bromeliad alive? Answer: Bromeliads, like orchids, are flowering plants. The flower is only going to live so long. You can cut the flower out when the color fades and just keep the green leaves.
Q: Do I need to take my plants outside at any time? A:If your indoor plants were grown indoors, leave them indoors. The harsh sun will burn their leaves, if put in direct sun. Plants like it better when you