Plant Care: Expert Expert Advice

Caring for plants is not only the foundation of gardening but also the key to keeping houseplants healthy. In this article, we present the basics of proper watering, nutrient supply, pruning, and protection against diseases.

“Gardening is a mix of art, science, love, and philosophy. Through caring for plants, we learn about nature and ourselves alike.”
Thomas Jefferson

Proper Watering

Both overwatering and underwatering can be problematic. It's important to water plants according to their needs. Deep watering is better than frequent superficial watering. Pay attention to the signs on the plants' leaves.

Nutrient Supply

Plants need nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Compost-rich soil can help a lot, but sometimes additional nutrients may be needed. However, be careful with fertilizer, and use it only when necessary.


Pruning at the right time is crucial for the health of plants. Prune spring-flowering shrubs after flowering, and summer-flowering ones in winter or early spring.

Pest Protection

Start with removing pests by hand or with a strong jet of water. If they return, identify the pest and choose the most environmentally friendly method to remove them.

Final Thoughts

With proper care, our plants can remain healthy and beautiful. Follow these expert tips for success.

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