Successful transplantation is an essential process, yet not a guarantee of success. Now, you need to take care of the plant regularly. Don’t worry: following these simple hints will keep the plant well-maintained.
1. Wipe the dust off the leaflets of the plant; they like it very much! Wipe the leaflets with dry or wet rags. We recommend wet ones as they provide additional moisture for the plant.
2. Keep the plant away from heating appliances, radiators, and direct sunlight as the leaves will quickly dry from asphyxiation.
3. If you plan to travel for a long time and there is no one to care for the plant, use the automatic irrigation for domestic plants. It can be bought in most flower shops.
4. If you see roots on the surface of the soil, then it’s a call to transplant the plant into a new, bigger pot. Replant your plant every 2-3 years to let it grow.
Indoor plants have many advantages: they purify the air, reduce stress, help relax, even calm the eyes and increase appetite. If you feel the urge to have a pet in a pot, then have a go; you won’t regret it!