When it comes to choosing plants for your home office, first assess the amount of sunlight that comes into the room across the day. Most plants do best in a brightly lit room, out of direct sunlight, however some plants tolerate more dimly lit positions.
Your leafy office colleagues need to be cared for, so they're healthy and grow lots of foliage and flowers. It doesn't have to be difficult or time consuming. Here are three easy indoor plant care tips, that are quick enough to do in your stretch break!
Check the moisture levels in the potting mix by gently digging around in the top few centimetres of the mix with your finger. Some plants, such as chain of hearts and aloe vera, prefer to be kept on the dry side, others, such as mistletoe cactus, need more moisture
Feed your plants by inserting a Yates Thrive Plant Food Spike into the potting mix. The spikes contain concentrated nutrients that feed plants for up to 2 months. They're easy to use and out of sight, no measuring or mixing required.