Tips for Caring for Indoor Plants

1. Proper Watering: Adjust your watering schedule according to the plant's needs. Many indoor plants need less water in the summer.

Adequate Light: Ensure your plants receive the right amount of sunlight. Too much direct sunlight can scorch some plants, while too little can cause them to wilt.

Proper Humidity: Most indoor plants enjoy a bit of humidity. Misting them occasionally can mimic the humidity they need.

1. Room Temperature: Keep your indoor temperature within the comfort range of the plants. Most indoor plants do well between 65 and 75°F (18-24°C).

1. Regular Pruning: Regularly prune dead leaves and flowers to encourage healthy growth and prevent disease.

1. Fertilize Sparingly: If you're fertilizing your plants, reduce the frequency during the summer. Over-fertilizing can damage the plant.