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2. Don’t overwaterSince we see indoor plants very often, sometimes there develops a pattern of watering them frequently even when the soil doesn’t require any extra moisture.Believe it or not, overwatering is the number one cause for plants dying. Water only when the soil seems a bit dry. Also ensure that the soil is well-drained, as most plants hate wet feet.5 Plants Best Suited for Indian Homes
Double upIf you have access to any downstairs exterior space, however miserly, try this. Position potted plants on either side of a window, both indoors and out, to add leafy depth. Even if your window only looks onto a light well, balcony or communal courtyard or alley, it will create the illusion of a secret garden oasis, as your eye is led beyond the glass.