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MODERN BOTANICAL Cle Some Plant Care Questions? Don’t know how to start growing plants in water? We’ve got you covered! Modern Botanical aims to make house plant care simple and rewarding. We want to make sure you have an easy time caring for your plant babies. So, to help you out, here are answers to some frequently asked questions you may have to get you started on your planting journey: How often should replace the water for my plants? We recommend replacing the water for your plants monthly so long as the water is topped off every 1 to 2 weeks in between replacements. Water is crucial not only for growth but for providing oxygen to the plants to support growth. Your plant will deplete the available oxygen in the water over a few weeks and replacing or adding new water acts to re-oxygenate it. Plants will eventually die from a lack of oxygen if their water is not replaced. Tip: you can encourage your water-grown plants to grow more by replacing their water more often! How much sunlight do my plants need to survive? Getting the right amount of light for a plant is essential to keep them healthy - too little and they are unable to photosynthesize, too much and their leaves will begin to yellow or brown. The majority of indoor plants and the varietals shipped and sold on our site like medium to bright indirect light. The best way to find indirect light is to find your brightest natural light room and find an opposing or side wall that is out of direct sunshine. Test your plants there and see how they do! Tip: if you have a wall that you'd like to adorn with plants that don't receive enough light, bulbs with grow light spectrums can easily be installed to supplement or even replace the natural light, creating a happy environment for your plants to thrive. Do eventually need to put my plants in soil? Plants that grow in water can happily do so for the entirety of their life. So long as they're receiving adequate light, comfortable temperatures, fresh water, and regular nutrients, no soil is required! If your plant begins to outgrow your planter, new propagations can be cut and re-grown in water. Will my plants need nutrients to survive? For the first 4 months, from cutting to propagation, most plants will do fine without nutrients supplemented in the water. For any plants you intend to grow in water beyond those first few months, additional nutrients are necessary for a healthy plant!
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