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  • 1. The seven basic things that a plant needs to grow indoor and outdoor By: Maritza Pleitez
  • 2. The Seven Basic things that a plant needs to grow indoor and outdoor 1. Temperature are 2. Light 3. Water 4. Air 5. Nutrients 6. Time 7. Room to grow
  • 3. Temperature Most plants like temperatures that most humans like. Some may like warmer temperatures while others may prefer cooler temperatures for best growth. It is always good to know where plants come from so you can made them feel as home. Most plants like to have cooler temperature at night and don’t like to be in a drafty spot.
  • 4. Light Window facing the south or west have the best light. Try to place the plants close to the window to take advantage of all the light. A plant will tell you when it isn’t getting enough light, because its stems will be think and it will lean toward the light. If you don’t have a bright window, try using grow lights.
  • 5. Water Water is important in the plant’s ability to make and move nutrients. Most plants like to be watered when the soil is slightly dry to the touch. when watering, moisten the soil by using enough water so that is starts to come out of the hole in the bottom of the container. (This is why it is important to use containers with drainage holes.) Plant size, time of the year, and type of plant are a few. If you stick your finger one inch into the soil and it is dry, then water your plant.
  • 6. Air Plants use carbon dioxide in the air and return oxygen. Smoke, gases, and other air pollutants can damage plants.
  • 7. Nutrients Most of the nutrients that a plant needs are dissolved in water and then taken up by the plant through its roots. Fertilizers will help to keep the soil supplied with nutrients a plant needs. Fertilizer won’t solve all of your plant problems, so make sure your plants have good light, good soil, and good drainage. The three most important nutrients are nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium.
  • 8. Time It takes time to grow and care for plants. Getting plants to flower or fruit at a certain time can be challenging. Plants that normally grow outdoors need a certain number of days to flower or fruit. You can time plants to flower or fruit on a certain date.
  • 9. Room to grow All plants like to have room to grow. The above ground portions of the plant need space so leaves can expand and carry out the job of making food. Roots also need room to grow. Plants growing in small spaces will have their roots crowded, and that results in smaller amounts of growth.
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