There are a great number of variables involved with watering both outdoor and indoor plants. Temperature, humidity in the air, the type of soil, the type of plant itself are all important factors. Plants are like humans in the sense that everyone is a little bit different.
Plants need water to live so in order to ensure your Lazy Flora outdoor plants stay beautiful for as long as possible, you will need to find a way of watering your container garden, especially when the weather is hot and dry (which in the UK, I think we can assume won’t be that often;).
For our indoor plants, some may need more watering than others. With both our outdoor and indoor plants, you will receive specific guides explaining how much water is needed for each plant. Each plant requires different watering, some plants need more watering that others, but the biggest killer can actually be
overwatering. Take a look at each of our guides which can be found on our blog and in your delivery – this will give you the best information on how to care for each of your plants.
However, if you’re truly terrible at remembering to water plants, you can consider getting yourself a self-watering planter. They require considerably less watering than normal containers. If you’re interested to learn more, check outour blog post on self-watering containers. They’re actually really clever! This
doesn’t mean you can forget about watering your plants for three months, and they do require some ‘bedding in’, but it does mean you need to water them a lot less frequently than if you just had a normal container. Self-watering containers have a reservoir at the bottom of the container which stores water,
and a gauge at the top which tells you how full it is. This is especially handy if you’re planning on going away, or if you know there’s a warm spell coming up.