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  • Japanese Aralia

    Japanese Aralia

    Aralia plants are known for their interesting branching and textural qualities. A common but useful plant, with the read more »

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How to Water these Plants: Room Temperature Water

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Plants have different watering needs. Best growing plants require their waterers to know what watering needs they like. Indoor plants rely on you as a source of water and plant food. Houseplants typically like moist soil, neither soaking wet or bone dry. Some prefer their soil to dry out between waterings. Problems occur when the soil is either too wet or too dry for too long. Depending upon your plant variety, you may need to water every day, or every couple of days. The following plants prefer you to Room Temperature Water. You can either use tepid water straight from the tap or let water stand overnight. In areas where water is very hard or where water is artificially softened, rainwater is often the best choice for watering your house plants.