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How to care for house plants - planting Peace Lilly in Nurture compost to rescue plant

Updated: May 8, 2023

How to care for house plants. Chris does a quick SOS on a Peace Lilly that she keeps indoors using Nurture compost. Nurture compost range is ideal for indoor plants.

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Here are some additional tips for caring for house plants:

  • Choose the right plants for your home. Some plants prefer bright, sunny spots, while others prefer shady areas.

  • Water your plants regularly, but don't overwater them. Most house plants need to be watered about once a week.

  • Fertilize your plants every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer.

  • Prune your plants regularly to encourage new growth.

  • Repot your plants every few years as they outgrow their pots.

  • Protect your plants from pests and diseases. Monitor your plants for signs of pests and diseases, and take steps to control them if necessary.

Nurture composts are easy to carry, use & store:

1. EASY TO CARRY. Nurture compost is lightweight to lift & transport.

2. EASY TO USE. Just enough in a pack of Nurture compost for your everyday needs.

3. EASY TO STORE. Compact & dry, fits in a kitchen cupboard.

There are four peat free compost products in the Nurture range to meet all your gardening needs. Each product in the range has its own special plant feed blend to deliver against the promise:

1. MULTI PURPOSE. An all round generalist compost for your plants.

2. PLANT HEALTH. For seeds, cuttings & bulbs to develop strong roots for plant health.

3. PLANT GROWTH. For growing plants to have up to 6 months of slow release feed.

4. PLANT HYDRATION. For mature plants, so they will need less watering.

The Nurture compost range cover all your gardening needs for sowing seeds, cuttings, bulbs, potting on, young and mature plants - including vegetables, fruit & houseplants.

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Using Nurture composts is easy, simply follow these three steps:

1. Add. Add water and then the compost block.

2. Hydrate. Hydrate the compost, stirring as it quickly expands.

3. Plant. Plant flowers, fruit, vegetables or any other plants.

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