Light is one of the most important sources of life for all living beings. Just as we miss the sun’s rays on short, foggy days, so do the leaves of our favorite plants: they lose their freshness without enough light and soon fall off. Direct exposure to daylight is an important factor in the development of plants. Each plant species needs daylight in different amounts, but many of them are adaptable to the local conditions.
Proper care is a must for our beautiful indoor plants. Therefore it is recommended to get artificial lighting (plant lamps) for them in winter. So that it doesn’t get too cold in the room, the UV lamps come to the rescue. Rooms with white walls are also preferred, as this is where the indoor plants feel most comfortable.
In order to be able to receive the required amount of daylight better, it helps to carefully wipe the leaves with a damp cloth or spray them directly. However, this is better avoided for plants with soft leaves.
How do you know how much light a plant needs? Usually the decorative flowering plants need more daylight than others. Are the leaves of your potted plants streaked with dark brown or gray? This is a sure sign that it is too warm and sunny for you – obviously the plant can wither in the heat too.
Moving the indoor plants to a shady place should be done gradually. Do you want to put some potted plants on the windowsill in summer? No rather not! Better take them deeper into the room and pull the curtains! How to protect your indoor plants from the glaring sunlight!
If there is insufficient daylight, the potted plants grow unevenly or their growth can stop completely. The green leaves turn yellow in this case, while the flowers appear slightly green. To improve this situation, change the location of your indoor plants! It is better to choose a location with an east or south orientation. Reserve the north-facing rooms for shade-loving plant species.
In summer, most houseplants are kept in a light to partially shaded place with little sunlight. In winter, on the other hand, the heating dries out the leaves of the houseplants, which is why they are also wiped with a damp cloth.
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