Complete Guide to Indoor Plant Care: Viveros González

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Author: Adrián Medina Alarcón

 Welcome to the complete mini-guide from Viveros González for caring for your indoor plants!

Explore the fascinating world of indoor plants and learn how to provide them with the love and care they deserve. Here, we provide additional details on each key aspect:

1. Origin and Location:
Understand the origin of your plant to better adapt to its environment. Indoor plants often come from tropical, desert, or Mediterranean climates. Research your plant's specific preferences to place it appropriately in your home.

2. Temperature:
Maintain a consistent temperature and avoid abrupt changes. Adjust the temperature according to the season to promote growth. Remember that some plants benefit from rest periods during winter.

3. Humidity:
Maintaining adequate humidity levels is essential to prevent the edges of the leaves from turning brown. You can mist the plants with a sprayer or place a tray with water and pebbles nearby. Humidity is crucial for the well-being of your plants!

4. Watering:
Adjust the watering frequency based on the temperature and the specific needs of each plant. The substrate should act like a sponge, gradually absorbing water. Observe the substrate and avoid overwatering if it is still damp.

5. Light:
Place your plants at an appropriate distance from a window to ensure the necessary light. Some plants may tolerate less light, but be sure to avoid direct sunlight exposure, as it could damage the leaves.

6. Fertilizer:
Explore the wide variety of products specifically designed for indoor plants available in the market. Provide the necessary nutrients to keep your plants healthy and vibrant.

7. Pest Prevention:
Keep your plants strong and vigorous to reduce the risk of pests or diseases. Clean the leaves regularly with soapy water and a soft cloth. Control watering to prevent the development of fungi.

8. Transplanting:
Inspect the roots of your plants. If they occupy the entire space of the pot, it's time to transplant to a larger one. Add drainage material and new substrate to promote healthy growth.

Remember, the stronger and more vigorous your indoor plants, the less susceptible they are to pests or diseases. Take care of your plants and enjoy a home filled with life and freshness! 

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