If you're watering your plants and they're still looking a little sad, it could be a case of overwatering. So put that watering can down and listen up.
2. How to save your plant from overwatering
3. Best practices for watering indoor houseplants
1. Signs you’ve overwatered your houseplants
Are you killing your houseplants with kindness? Signs of overwatering vary by plant. While we always recommend plant owners take some time to look up specific care instructions for their plant, there are some general indicators to look out for:
2. How to save your houseplants after overwatering
Reversing the signs of overwatering can be difficult depending on how severe the damage is. If you think you’re plant is suffering as a result of overwatering you could try:
Give your plant a couple weeks to recover to see if the changes have made an impact.
3. Watering tips for your houseplants
You’ve identified the signs of overwatering and taken steps to reverse any damage. Now it’s important not to fall back into old habits! Remember to:
TIP: It is better to water thoroughly rather than frequently
Take your plant to the sink or bath. Thoroughly water your plant so you can see water dripping through the drainage holes at the bottom of the brown nursery pot. Give your pot a few squeezes and then return to it’s decorative pot. Your plant should not be sitting in any excess water.
And of course each plant is different, and what works is dependent on a variety of factors. So don’t forget to do some research into your plant to create a more tailored approach!
P.S If you’re looking for no-fuss plants that are hard to kill try some of these: