|Statement||by Tom Gough and David Longman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Caring for houseplants the right way is just as important as picking the right one. With a little preparation and some care, you can learn how to take care of your house plants and keep them looking beautiful. If you notice problems, use our helpful tips on houseplant care to solve them before they get serious. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 80 pages: illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Flowering houseplants: Responsibility. How to care for your flowering houseplants. [Tom Gough] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tom Gough. Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number: If you were given a houseplant and are unsure of what type it is, go through the photos in a flower book, encyclopedia, handbook of house plants and find the picture that best matches your plant. Get the name of the exact species and cultivar to make sure you get the right plant%().
Flowering houseplants will brighten your home, but there's a big difference between keeping a plant alive and actually getting it to flower. Don't despair if you aren't a master indoor gardener—the plants on this list are usually already flowering when you buy them. Houseplant Handbook: Basic Growing Techniques and a Directory of Everyday Houseplants (CompanionHouse Books) Complete Guide for Palms, Bulbs, Ferns, Cacti, Succulents, Flowering Plants, and More David Squire. How to care for indoor succulents. If you choose to grow a succulent indoors, your plant will need the following: Plant your succulent in a pot that drains: Succulents do not like to live in wet soil. As plants accustomed to high temperatures and little moisture, they can . And houseplants are a whole lot longer lasting than cut flowers. Growing flowering houseplants indoors is easy provided you follow these 3 essential steps. 1. GIVE YOUR FLOWERING HOUSEPLANTS SOME SUNLIGHT. Regardless of the species, flowering houseplants need at least some concentrated hours of bright to direct sunlight in order to produce blooms.
Houseplants typically require high light (six or more hours a day), medium light (four to six hours a day), or low light (less than three hours a day). Plants will either require bright or direct light (sunlight from a south-facing window) or indirect or filtered . Plant Care Guides We've chosen the most popular plants and provided the essential information you need for choosing, planting, and maintaining them. Click on a link or image to view the complete guide. Flowering houseplants add a layer of enjoyment, bringing color, and maybe even scent into your decor. While they may seem fancy, some can survive with only basic attention. Try brightening up the home with these eight flowering houseplants that will thrive with minimal care. This easy-care plant can bloom throughout the year, but produces the most flowers during summer. Why We Love It: Its large, deep green leaves add an instant tropical touch to any room, and it's one of the easiest flowering houseplants you can grow. Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum wallisii.