one Overflow and hibernation of cacti

Cacti are considered almost immortal houseplants, they are readily acquired by people with no experience in caring for flowers. The most common problem is that cacti also need proper watering. If you water them too often and abundantly, the roots will begin to rot, and this process is almost unstoppable.

Another common situation — the cactus begins to wrinkle and fall on its side. This usually happens in late autumn or winter. This means that he has gone into hibernation, and now he needs even less watering. Make sure that there is no excess moisture in the pan, and move the pot to the back of the room. The cactus may not look very pretty until spring, but will start to come back to life when it comes out of hibernation.


2 Twisting and dry tips of aloe leaves

Aloe is another unpretentious indoor plant. But problems sometimes arise with it: for example, the leaves begin to twist. Try giving the flower a warm shower and moving it closer to the window. In the future, do not forget to regularly dust the leaves and sometimes spray them with a spray bottle.

If the tips of the leaves begin to dry, then it’s time to transplant aloe. The roots do not have enough space and nutrients, so you need to pick up a pot 7-10 cm larger in diameter and update the soil. If the leaves are badly damaged, you can fertilize with mineral and organic fertilizers, but not at the same time, but in turn.


3 Overflow and fall of dracaena leaves

Dracaena is the most popular and unpretentious domestic false palm. If her trunk suddenly becomes soft and the bark becomes wrinkled, then you need to significantly reduce watering and let the soil dry out. If the leaves begin to turn yellow and fall off, make sure the pot is not in a draft. Move it to a warmer room if necessary. If this does not help, water a little more abundantly. And remember that dracaena leaves live for a couple of years, so it’s normal for her to shed the bottom row sometimes.

four Dark spots on zamiokulkas

The dollar tree sometimes develops black or brown spots that affect the leaves and trunk. The most common reason is that the room is too warm and humid. It may also be that the battery is simply located nearby, and watering is too frequent or plentiful.

Spots are also a sign of a fungal disease. Treat the flower with fungicides, move the pot away from a heat source and remove too much damaged leaves.

5 Deformation and fall of the leaves of sansevieria

If the leaves of the sansevieria begin to curl, this is a signal that watering should be carried out 1-2 days more often than usual. If wrinkles appear on the leaves, move the pot closer to the window. Wait a week and if the situation has not changed, increase the amount of water when watering.

If the leaves begin to turn yellow and fall off, move the pot to a warmer room. Maybe even closer to the battery, but not close. If this does not help, you need to transplant into a larger pot and change the soil. If the flower was transplanted recently, within a year or two, try introducing mineral and organic fertilizers at intervals of one week.