Sep 19, 2016 ... 7 Common Houseplant Afflictions & How to Cure Them All. F0679990 ... But if you pay attention, you might be able to pick up on some tell-tale signals that your plant is sending you before it's too late. ... Don't try to add fertilizer to perk it up, as the potting mix you used for repotting most likely has food in it.
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Turn the pot over; if you see roots trying to escape through the bottom of the pot, then the plant has become pot-bound. The good news is that you're paying for, say, a 2-gallon plant that should have been in a 5-gallon pot. The bad news: The more mature plant hasn't been getting the soil nutrients it needs, stressing it out.
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Dec 27, 2016 ... Remember what happened to the last plant that you tried to grow? ... House plants create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere, yet are notoriously difficult for many people to maintain. Armed with a ... You can tell when the plant is ready for more water by sticking your finger into the soil up to your first knuckle.
The leaves on your indoor plants are trying to tell you something. When they're uniformly green, open, upright and growing vigorously, your plants are well-cared for and healthy. If, however, the foliage is wilted, spotted or in any way less than robust, your plants are likely to be suffering from a pest, disease, nutrient ...
bright diffuse light; cool temperatures ( < 20 deg C) are better than hot; water thoroughly and let dry; this plant is sensitive to soil ph and will exhibit iron/ manganese deficiency if given alkaline water. Try and maintain a soil ph of 6.5 or less or use acid plant fertilizer once in a while. Identification key points:.