Fall brings with it briefer times, crisper evenings, and new needs for your plants. Many suppose that since house plants are indoors, they aren’t affected by the seasons. But plants, indoors or outside, are still susceptible to changes in sunlight and air temperature. We have got you covered with these autumn plant care advice that will maintain your indoor fiberstone pot plants flourishing through this season.
The delicate beauty of the peace lily plant is deceptive, as this pretty plant is remarkably resilient. As a matter of fact, it’s known as a comparatively low-maintenance houseplant, provided it gets the ideal amount of water. In fall and winter months, water these beautiful houseplants less frequently (about once every 7-10 days). The best method to find out if your peace lily needs water? Wait until your peace lily plant begins to droop a little, and then water it. This will prevent overwatering and root rot. And since it prefers humid climates, make sure you spray it with water every so often, particularly if the fall climate you reside in is particularly dry. Keep it away from heating and cooling vents and direct drafts, since this can dry your peace lily outside quickly.
Known as a somewhat jagged plant, an indoor gardenia plant is most joyful in bright, indirect light–something that’s frequently more challenging to find in the autumn and winter seasons. With the shorter days and less sunlight available, moving a gardenia close to a bright window (but without placing it in direct sun ) will keep it thriving through the colder season. Many gardenia plants will not bloom again until the spring, so deficiency of buds is normal and does not mean your plant is in trouble. Issues may emerge in the form of yellowing and browning leaves and leaf drop, and it can be a indication of inconsistent watering. Though Hieta garden‘s plants, including the gardenia plant, require less watering in autumn and winter, they still do require regular watering so as to thrive. Wait till the top two inches of soil are dry before watering.
Considered more of a warm-weather plant, so it’s important to maintain money shrub plants inside during the winter months, even though it began as an outdoor plant in the spring or even summer. Bring or store them indoors, rather next to a glowing window from direct sunlight. These balmy beauties love humidity, so mist them with water every few days or keep them in a room with a humidifier, especially if you’re turning the heat on a lot. Since cash trees require less water even in warmer months, wait until the top two inches of soil are dry and then wait 2-3 more days prior to watering. Fertilize the soil using an organic fertilizer, and repeat again in the spring, for optimal results.
Known to their hardiness in the intense desert heat and cold summer nights, succulents will be the toughies of this plant world. These crops particularly require less water the colder it gets: in fact, watering your succulents deeply once about every 2 months (as well as a month in winter) is greater than sufficient water. And because indoor succulents are somewhat more vulnerable to mealy bugs, keep your eye out for these (they seem like small white pieces of lint) and use an insecticide to eliminate them. To prevent them from the first place, maintain air flow inside the room by keeping a fan running on low to dry out excess moisture.
A tropical native, the croton plant flourishes in hot, humid climates. Though it will best when it is well watered and misted frequently, the”water less in the chilly weather” rule of thumb applies to the hardy little plant as well. This means waiting until the top layer of soil is dry to the touch (it will take longer between waterings from the autumn and winter) then watering the plant till water runs from the base of the pot. Mist it a couple of times every week (and more if you reside in a dry weather ) and keep it away from cold drafts, as this balmy beauty doesn’t handle temperatures below 60 levels really well.