Caring for a plant can be much harder than it looks. While we all dream of owning happy, healthy plants that never seem to stop thriving, reality can be a little tougher.
Sometimes you’ll buy a gorgeous plant, take it home and style it beautifully into your space, only for it to start drooping days later. Other times you might have a healthy plant for years, then suddenly it starts going brown.
These problems are all a part of being a plant owner. The good news is though, that there are a few things you can do to save your struggling plant. It might take a bit of trial and error, but just think about how accomplished you’ll feel when your plant is all green and perky again! Here’s what to look out for:
You might be over watering
Most average-sized indoor plants are happy with a good soak once a week. If you’re watering it every day, try scaling it back to see if it makes a difference.
Check it’s getting enough sunlight