I’ve never had much of a orange thumb.
I simply don’t understand what plants need from me, and I have a strenuous time remembering to care for them always since they just sortof rest there.
That’s why I’ve learned not to put much investment into acquiring plants of any type, because I can expect them to die within afternoons of getting them home. I recently moved into a new house, however, and the backyard is amazing… When I saw it’s raw potential, I realized I was going to have to get over my plant complex and learn to garden. I bought a bunch of hardy plants and got them set up outdoors, however as winter time approached I realized I was going to have to take action to save this foliage. I moved all the plants indoors so they could appreciate the heat, however soon realized that they needed a lot of particular air conditions to stay alive. I set up a spare room with more than 2 grow bulbs and contacted my Heating and Air Conditioning business for help with the air quality questions I had. Apparently these plants were going to need a lot more humidity than our furnace gave during the winter time season, so I found myself purchasing air humidifiers, which pump moisture back into the air after it is heated. The units were simple to service and my plants were looking glad, so I was feeling confident with my botany skills all of a sudden. That’s how I found myself purchasing more and more plants, installing more humidifiers, and filling the room to the brim.