To enjoy plants and flowers and to benefit from all that they provide, you have to learn to take care of them. Being aware of their basic needs is essential to protect them. Watering them regularly, ensuring they have adequate light, correct use of fertiliser, pest control, protecting them from extreme temperatures, knowing what type of fertiliser to use, etc., are determining factors as to whether they stay healthy and strong.

Taking care of your plants and flowers will make you discover all that nature has to offer. But to do so, you have to bear in mind the basics:

Light is essential for plants to perform their vital functions. The ideal thing is to place plants somewhere in your home where it’s light, but where they won’t be in direct sunlight.

Air in enclosed spaces is usually dry and hot, that’s why we suggest grouping your plants together to create a more humid microclimate. It’s important to spray their leaves regularly, without overdoing it, to avoid diseases.

Protect your plants from harsh weather conditions. In the case of heavy rain or snowfall, it’s important to place them near walls, and if necessary, cover them. In extremely hot conditions, you must ensure that the sun’s rays do not fall directly on them.

Fertiliser is the best ally to help our plants grow strong and vibrant. Find out the type of fertiliser that best suits the needs of your plant.

For indoor plants, the ideal temperature is between 15 and 20°C. Additionally, they must be kept away from places with a draft or electric radiators.

For indoor plants, the ideal temperature is between 15 and 20°C. Additionally, they must be kept away from places with a draft or electric radiators.

Don’t forget to water your plants! But remember that you should never overwater them. An excess of water together with cold weather can cause the roots to rot.

You must prune your plants at a time when the plant is undergoing less biological activity. Obviously, we always prune prior to flowering.

Being able to identify the pests that attack your plants and flowers is key to controlling them and it increases the plants’s chances of success in the face of possible threats.

The best way to thank our plants and flowers for all the benefits they offer every day is to take care of them and pamper them as they deserve to be. Each plant is unique and requires different needs that we must attend to. If you have any questions, get in touch with your nearest garden centre or florist, they will be happy to help you with anything concerning the care of your plants.