Gradening

Can Unfiltered Tap Water Affect the Well Being of Your Plants?

Can Unfiltered Tap Water Affect the Well Being of Your Plants?

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 in Gradening

The advantages of filling your home with indoor plants are more than aesthetic. Houseplants produce oxygen, improving the quality of your indoor air, and making it easier for you to breathe. Still, in order to enjoy these benefits, you need to water your flowers with filtered water to prevent them from drooping.

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What Type of Water is Best for Your Indoor Plants?

What Type of Water is Best for Your Indoor Plants?

Posted on Jan 7, 2015 in Gradening

The type of water you use for your indoor plants is very important because water is a fluid that helps the plants transport their nutrients and it should be clean and safe so that it will not affect the feeding process of the plants. Therefore, considering using a water filter to purify the tap water you use on your plants is a caring action towards your lovely indoor plants.

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How to Ensure a Proper Humidity Level for Your Indoor Plants

How to Ensure a Proper Humidity Level for Your Indoor Plants

Posted on Sep 21, 2014 in Gradening

Humidity represents the amount of water vapor that is found in the atmosphere. As the air is warmer, the more it is likely that water turns into vapor. Humidity can be quite dangerous for the indoor plants. Therefore, it’s important to ensure a good level of humidity in order for them to fully develop.

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Indoor Plants that Work as Natural Dehumidifiers

Indoor Plants that Work as Natural Dehumidifiers

Posted on Sep 14, 2014 in Gradening

We present you four plants that you can use as natural dehumidifiers. Living in an environment with too much moisture can cause you many health conditions, so it is recommended to take preventive measures to avoid all these problems. Here is all you need to know about how to grow an indoor garden that can help you eliminate moisture from the air.

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Japanese Garden Plants

Japanese Garden Plants

Posted on Aug 14, 2014 in Garden Designs, Gradening

In general, regardless of the type of garden you choose, japanese garden plants will be focus points in your garden. Japanese garden plants are famous for their plants in different sizes, shapes and colors.

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