Blooming Plant Care and tips

Enthusiastic people look for the right approach and not the right excuse. If you are one of those people who go to any limits to make the good come true, today's conversation is for you. We will talk about plants that are important for our mental peace especially if they are flowering plants. And below you will find a list of all the various plants and their care tips that you should know before buying or growing them.

Blooming Plant Care and Tips

  • Anthurium Plant
  • Bougainvillea Plant
  • Euphorbia Plant
  • Guldavari Plant
  • Murraya Plant
  • Dianthus Plant
  • Gerbera Plant
  • Hibiscus Plant
  • Ixora Plant
  • Jasmine Plant
  • Kalanchoe Plant
  • Poinsettia Plant
  • Rose Plant
  • Begonia Plant
  • Bouganvillea flower Plant
  • Carnation Plant
  • Chandani Plant
  • Clove Plant
  • Hybrid Peace Lily
  • Ixora Plant
  • Jasmine Plant
  • Juhi Bel Lemon Plant
  • Levendra Plant
  • Ligustrum Japonicum Ball Shape Plant
  • Madhukamni Plant
  • Maranta Prayer Plant
  • Money Plant
  • Murrya Ball Plant
  • Poinsettia Plant
  • Red Rose Plant
  • Sadabahar plant
  • White Rose Plant

 

Plant NameSunlightTemperatureWaterFertiliserCutting
Anthurium Plant Indirect Sunlight15-22 degree celsiusWhen 1-2 inches of the top are dryOnce in 3-4 monthsRemove dry, Discoloured leaves, Start from top to bottom
Bougainvillea Plant 6-8 hours of sunlight40-80 degree Fahrenheit deep watering in 3-4 weeks Every 15 days Cut leaves frequently, do not overwater to make it tougher
Euphorbia Plant  Partial shade55-80 degree Fahrenheit Twice a weekOnce a week during the growing seasonCut out leaves from the bottom in spring 
Guldavari Plant 6-8 hours a day15-30 degree celsius once a weekMonthly in the beginning, Slow it laterCut stems with 4 nodes
Murraya PlantFull sun with partial shadeAbove 40-degree FahrenheitWhen the top 1-2 inches appear dryTwice a yearPrefer stem tip cutting
Dianthus Plant Partial shade15-24 degree celsiusKeep the soil moist 6-8 weeksCut flowers from stems in spring
Gerbera Plant Bring light before the afternoon 12-15 degree celsius Once a dayThrice in the growing seasonCut before new bloom
Hibiscus Plant 6-8 hours every day 16-32 degree Celsius Twice a week in summer, lower later Fertilise during March to OctoberCut below the leaf nodes
Ixora Plant Partial shade65-70 degree Fahrenheit WeeklyEvery three monthsAfter the first leaf, start cutting dried stems
Jasmine Plant Partial shade70 degrees FahrenheitOnce a weekTwice a month in spring and summer onlyCut directly below the leaf keeping it 6 inches long
Kalanchoe PlantBright light indoor/outdoor45 degrees FahrenheitOnce a weekMonthly in spring and summerStart from stems
Poinsettia Plant 6 hours indirect sunlight55-70 degrees Fahrenheit When the soil is dryOnce a month during spring and summer Take a cutting from a stem every time it grows 4 inches longer 

Rose Plant
6-8 hours15-30 degrees celsiusOnce a weekEvery three weeks in the growing seasonStart with dead stems, then thin
Begonia Plant 4-6 hours indirect sunlight 15-26 degree celsiusWhen the top appears dryEvery three weeks in the growing period Use healthy leaves and pot in the soil
Bougainvillaea flower Plant   6-8 hours of sunlight40-80 degree Fahrenheit deep watering in 3-4 weeks Every 15 days  Cut leaves frequently, do not overwater to make it tougher
Carnation Plant  full sun(around 6-8 hrs of direct sunlight)50-65 degrees during the day and 40-50 degrees at night Occasionally- whenever the soil dries outevery six to eight weeks Use stem and cut right before the nodes
Chandani Plant Outdoor Sun and Outdoor Shade20 - 35 degree Celsius DailyRegularly after three months Select a section of stem with a healthy crown of leaves at the end.
Clove Plant Partial shade20-30 degree celsiusOnce a weekMonthly  After the flowers turn pink
Hybrid Peace Lily Partial shade68-85 degree Fahrenheit Twice a week every six weeksAt the base of the plant
Ixora Plant Partial shade65-70 degree FahrenheitWeeklyEvery three monthsAfter the first leaf, start cutting dried stems
Jasmine Plant Partial shade70 degrees Fahrenheit Once a weekTwice a month in spring and summer onlyCut directly below the leaf keeping it 6 inches long
Juhi Bel Full sun  60 to 75 degrees FahrenheitWhen the top appears dryAt least twice a year Pinch the top half-inch of the stem. Once, blooming has completed for the season, you should also consider pruning the plant
Lemon Plant  Partial shade 77-88 degree FahrenheitAlternate-dayFrom March to OctoberDuring late spring or early summer
Lavender Plant 8 hours indirect sunlight66-88 degree Fahrenheit Thrice dailyEvery seven to ten daysCut hardwood stem below the leaf node, 3 inches long
Ligustrum Japonicum Ball Shape Plant Bright indirect sunlight Summer months, as well, in locations with cool summer temperaturesWater regularly until establishedEvery 2-3 yearsRemove dead branches, encourage bushier growth, promote more flowers, or maintain a specific size or shape
Madhukamni PlantPartial shade 26-37 degree celsiusTwice a weekOnce a monthStem tip cutting, remove leaves
Maranta Prayer Plant Low light60-85 degree Fahrenheit 1-2 weeksEvery two weeks from spring to summer Place the stem in water and wait for roots to come before shifting to the soil
Money Plant Requires direct sunlight 15-30 degree Celsiusonce in 7-10days Natural fertilizers6 inch cuttings
Murrya Ball Plant  Indirect sunlight every day 26-37 degrees Celsius When the soil is dry Once every three months Dip the cut stem in water up to 2.5 inches
Poinsettia Plant 6 hours indirect sunlight55-70 degrees FahrenheitWhen the soil is dryOnce a month during spring and summer Take a cutting from a stem every time it grows 4 inches longer
Red Rose Plant  6-8 hours15-30 degrees celsiusOnce a weekEvery three weeks in the growing seasonStart with dead stems, then thin
Sadabahar plantFull sun75-80 degrees FahrenheitWhen the top appears dryTwice a month in the growing seasonBegin in spring or summer
White Rose Plant 4 hours of direct sunlightSummer is preferred Two inches a weekEvery quarter Pick q stem with heavy leaves

 

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