Why having good plants in your room

Why having good plants in your room
Why having good plants in your room

Why having good plants in your room. Hey guys welcome to my channel, so I wanted to quickly give you an update of some of my plants that live in my bedroom, so this is a southern exposed window, so some of these plants are getting direct sun, but most of the plants in here are just getting dappled sun in the afternoon, so let’s see right here. This is my kayak area variegata and it hasn’t grown too much.

Since I got it, I think I’ve had it for about two years. These are two leaves that developed outside during the summer. This is also a new leaf. If you’ve had difficulty getting your poya to carry they’re gotta grow. I would recommend putting it outside during the summer, because that is where I’ve had the most success growing leaves, and I did have a little success growing them inside, but usually, they would just die off like they would grow and then they would for some reason not do well and they would just like fall off the plant,

so definitely keep yours outside if you’re able to during like the warmer months and keep it in bright and direct light. So over here on this table, I keep my humidifier and then I keep my hoya kidada right next to it, because I know this plant enjoys more like a humid type of environment and it’s doing well since I got it, I think it’s only lost about one leaf and that’s to be expected: if you’re ordering a plant online, don’t be worried if it loses some normal leaves.

This plant was from Florida, so it’s coming from a region that is very humid and hot and sunny to new England in Massachusetts. So this could these conditions are a lot different compared to where it came from that had more ideal conditions for this plant. But it is beautiful and I am interested in purchasing a few different varieties of Hawaii academy.

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