Flower & Plant Care

Indoor Plant Care Tips by Miracle-Gro®

June 26, 2018

Indoor plants are easy to maintain when you give them the proper care. No matter how bad your green thumb is, these plant care products from Miracle-Gro® are sure to keep your plants, happy, vibrant, and growing! Better yet- our plant sale is currently going on so you can buy plants for your home or office at discounted prices! We consider this a win-win.

Plant Type: Cactus Dish Garden

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Succulent Plant Food

About the Cactus Dish Garden: Cacti and succulents are trendy plants that are easy to grow. Your Cactus Dish Garden will love a sunny spot near a west or south-facing window. Cacti and succulents don’t take kindly to being overwatered, so wait until the top 2-3 inches of soil feels dry before watering. Feed your dish garden regularly from spring-fall when they are actively growing with Miracle-Gro® Succulent Plant Food which specially formulated to feed all succulents including cacti.

 

Plant Type: Juniper Bonsai

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food

About Junipers: Junipers are among the most popular bonsai plants. Inside your house, Juniper bonsai plants need a bright spot with lots of sunlight. (They will also be very happy outdoors.) They do not like “wet feet” so take care not to overwater them (the soil should be as moist as a wrung-out sponge). Junipers like lots of humidity, so frequent misting is beneficial. Feed weekly with Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food weekly during the growing season to keep your juniper bonsai growing strong. Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food can be applied directly to the soil making feeding your Juniper bonsai easy.

 

Plant Type: Money Tree

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food

About the Money Tree: Money trees bring good luck and financial success, and they’re easy to grow. Place your money tree in a spot that receives bright, indirect sunlight (direct sun can scorch leaves), but they will also grow quite well in low light. This plant would be very happy in a bright, steamy bathroom since it likes high-humidity. They don’t like to be kept too wet, so let the top 2-3 inches of soil dry before watering. Keep your money tree growing strong by feeding it regularly with Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food.

 

Plant Type: Succulent Centerpiece

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Succulent Plant Food

About Succulents: Succulents are not only on-trend, they’re also easy to grow. Keep your succulent centerpiece in a bright, sunny location, like near a west or south-facing window. Succulents don’t take kindly to being overwatered, so wait to water them until the top 2-3 inches of soil feels dry. To keep your succulent centerpiece thriving, feed it regularly from spring through fall with Miracle-Gro® Succulent Plant Food.

 

Plant Type: Happy Daisy

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Blooming Houseplant Food

About Daisies: The Happy Daisy adds a hint of cheerfulness to the indoors. To keep it growing at its best, place it in a spot that receives bright light during the day. Keep the soil consistently moist by watering when the top 1 inch of soil is dry. To encourage bright blooms on your daisy plant, feed regularly with Miracle-Gro® Blooming Houseplant Food. As your daisy blooms start to fade, snip them off to keep your plant looking neat and clean.

 

Plant Type: Bi-Color Rose Garden

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Blooming Houseplant Food

About Rose Plants: The Bi-Color Rose Garden provides the beauty of cut roses but in miniature. To keep your miniature rose thriving, place it in a spot that receives plenty of bright, direct sunlight, like a south or west-facing window. They do not tolerate drought or being too wet, so keep the soil consistently moist (like a wrung-out sponge) by watering whenever the top inch of soil feels dry. To promote bright, colorful rose blooms all season long, feed your plant weekly with Miracle-Gro® Blooming Houseplant Food.

 

Plant Type: Gardenia

Product Recommendation: Miracle-Gro® Blooming Houseplant Food

About Gardenias: Gardenias have sweet smelling, pure white blooms beautifully offset by their dark green foliage. They grow best in a warm, bright, sunny spot with good air circulation (but away from any hot or cold drafts). Gardenias don’t like to be overwatered, but the soil should be kept consistently moist. Water thoroughly when the top 1 inch of soil feels dry. To encourage blooms throughout the growing season, feed regularly with Miracle-Gro® Blooming Houseplant Food. To help promote new blossoms, snip off old blooms as they fade.