Sooner or later, beginner growers face the question: what water is best to water the plants? It all depends on the specific plant. Some plants require mildly acidified water, such as orchids, azaleas, Carmona, hydrangeas, or ferns.
Other plants require hard water with a high lime content. A striking representative of this group of plants is oleander.
Nevertheless, most indoor plants are acidophiles. They do not like too hard water, in which there is a lot of lime, and therefore, with prolonged watering with tap water, their leaves begin to turn yellow, chlorosis develops, and a white bloom appears on the surface soil.
So what is the best water to care for your indoor plants?