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Georgia Madden added this to Indoor Plants: 7 Most Common Symptoms of Poor Plant Health5 December 2018

What are your top tips for keeping indoor plants healthy?Nurture your plants regularly “Choose a day of the week when you aren’t typically busy and spend this time checking the soil and foliage of all your plants,” says Chongue. “This will help you understand if they require watering or specific care.” Regularly check your plants for signs of insect pests “Look underneath the foliage to monitor for any pests that might have made themselves at home,” says Chongue.Check moisture levels in potting mix “This is key to helping keep indoor plants happy,” says Thomas. “I also recommend becoming familiar with what moisture level your plant needs.”Choose premium potting mix“Poor-quality potting mix can lead to a range of watering problems,” says Chongue. “Always use a premium-grade potting mix so that your plants have a good balance and source of nutrients.”Feed regularly“Potted plants can run out of nutrients quickly and this will help promote healthy growth,” says Thomas.Monitor air-moisture levels“Humidity-loving plants don’t like the dry air created by heaters, so regularly misting their foliage with water can help,” says Thomas. “Also, warmth-loving plants will not like cool air conditioning, so consider growing these plants in a different area that’s not exposed to cool air.”

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Debbie Maitland added this to living room11 November 2022

great fireplace with seat/shelf area

Dawn Collyns added this to Dawn's Ideas20 July 2021

Like how the hearth is carried along to become a shelf

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