Tip 1: If you don’t have enough time to water your plants or you travel a lot, set your plant in a shady area and remove the buds. This way they need less water.
Tip 2: Use proper soil, or better yet use fully composed yard waste. Supply your plants with the right nutrients, quality soil is key.
Tip 3: Give plants plenty of water – it’s crucial to their survival. It’s like plant 101.
Tip 4: Use a proper pot or container; it’s going to be your plant’s home for the rest of it’s life, talk about pressure. Nothing too big or too small, go with something just right; medium is the word. Your plant will grow the longer you take care of it and the right amount of space is fundamental to it’s growth.
Tip 5: Watch out for bugs! Some insects actually transport viruses from one plant to another.
Tip 6: Deadheading (cutting off the faded bloom) encourages the plant to keep producing more flowers or leaves.