Most plants will require less watering during the winter months. Make sure to double-check the level of moisture in the soil before deciding to add more water. Also, keep in mind that different plants have different water needs. For example, drought-tolerant plants such as succulents and cacti might not need watering at all during the winter months. Overwatering your dormant plants can lead to root rot.
What you will need:
Wooden basket, Plant of your choice (we chose an assorted foliage pot), Plastic planter saucer, Wired craft ribbon of your choice, Small foam pumpkins, Wooden skewers, Small pack of hay, Glue Gun
Being a beginner plant owner can be pretty daunting; keeping track of watering schedules, worrying about how much light they need, feeding, humidity--- it’s a lot. However, there are some houseplants that are much easier to care for than others, which makes them perfect for beginners!
Windmill Palms are an extremely hardy variety of palm trees, loved for their tropical green fronds and ease of care. Windmills are a great option for people who live in more northern states who would still like to grow palm trees in their yards.
Spider plants are known for their thin and arched green leaves that are laced with white stripes. They are one of the most popular types of houseplants not only because they look good, but also since they are incredibly easy to grow and care for.
Plant parenting is a growing trend – especially among millennials. More and more of them are starting to discover that growing and caring for indoor plants can be soothing, relaxing, and good for their mental health.
Fiddle leaf figs are one of the most popular indoor plants due to their large, shiny, heavily-veined leaves. However, although they are popular house plants nowadays, they are originally native to the tropical regions of Africa – and keeping them potted under a roof does require some care.