humidity

  1. How to keep your garden thriving through persistent wet weather

    How to keep your garden thriving through persistent wet weather
    La Niña has been declared for the beginning of 2022 and may extend into autumn. La Niña events typically bring heavy and widespread rains to many parts of Australia. While most plants love a good watering, persistent wet weather is not always a good thing for plants. Wet soils can lead to root rot and fungal diseases, while wet plants...
  2. Humidity and your indoor plants: our 6 top tricks

    Humidity and your indoor plants: our 6 top tricks
    Many indoor plants grow naturally in humid forests, such as rainforests, where they enjoy warm, even temperatures, high humidity and dappled light. The indoor environment can fluctuate and is often much drier and less humid than an indoor plant would enjoy back in its rainforest home. In particular, heaters and air-conditioners dry out the air indoors, reducing the natural humidity...
  3. The ultimate guide to bathroom plants: 11 best plants for your bathroom

    The ultimate guide to bathroom plants: 11 best plants for your bathroom
    The warm, steamy conditions of your bathroom create the ultimate climate for these 11 indoor plants. Permission to turn up the heat and enjoy a hot shower.   1. Bird’s nest fern Asplenium nidus For a bold, lush and vibrant addition to your bathroom, the glossy, sword-shaped fronds of the bird’s-nest fern are just the ticket. The crinkle factor of...

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