So you went ahead and invested in a plant. Or three. Or ten. And now you’ve got to keep them alive.
From your plant’s first flower to moving day into a bigger pot, these products will help you along the way. We’re rooting for you!
If you can never remember the last time you watered, there’s an app for that. Literally. Consider Vera your plant nanny. It’ll send watering reminders to your phone and allows you to keep track of your plant’s particular needs. It’s free to download from the App Store.
If you’re committed to being a plant parent for the long term, this book will help you learn the basics. Like how to properly water, what kind of soil you need, how much light is necessary to keep your plant alive. It’ll also help you learn warning signs of a sick plant and what to do to nurse it back to health.
This GE lightbulb is designed to produce low heat and mimics natural light. It provides a balanced spectrum so your plant can really grow. It is also designed to fit a specific plant’s growth stage, while providing quality light and cutting down on energy costs. More green all around!
The winter months can be harsh on your houseplants. To prevent them from drying out, turning on a humidifier for a few hours and selecting your desired moisture output will do just the trick.
5. Aqua Globes
To keep your plants watered when you go on vacation, all you’ve got to do is fill an aqua globe and press it into the soil. Your plant will absorb the water over a period of two weeks so you can enjoy your vacation and be greeted by an alive plant upon your return.
6. Insect Traps
These sticky stakes attract and trap whiteflies, fungus gnats, blackflies, fruit flies, midges, and other yucky bugs that attack your houseplants. Not only are they effective and convenient, but they’re safe to use in and around your home as a great alternative to chemicals or poisons.
Keep your plants happy and well-nourished by feeding them H-G Plant Food. H-G Plant Food is a plant supplement designed to be used as a liquid feed for all plants. With care, patience, and H-G Plant Food your plants will be well on their way to:
- Increased yield
- Improved quality
- Improved mass
- Increased flowering
- Reduced stress