Avoiding a Common Mistake: Preventing Newly Purchased Green Plants from Drying Up at Home

Bringing home a lush, green plant from the nursery is an exciting moment, filled with the promise of adding vibrancy and life to your living space.

However, it’s not uncommon for these thriving nursery plants to start showing signs of distress soon after they find a new home.

Understanding the Transition

Plants are sensitive beings, and their well-being is closely tied to their surroundings.

The transition from a nursery to a home involves light, temperature, humidity, and even air circulation changes.

You must acknowledge and manage these changes to avoid your plant struggling to adapt, leading to leaves wilting, browning, or drying.

Practical Tips for Success:

Gradual Acclimatization

Monitor Watering Needs

Maintain Consistent Conditions

Inspect for Pests and Diseases

Proper Soil and Pot Selection

Prune Strategically