How do you maintain your plants?
Depending on factors such as the season, the climate in the house and the light, plants need care. In winter, houseplants need less care, like the plants outside, houseplants do not grow or grow less, it is a rest period. They need less water overall. However, central heating means that you still have to water in the winter, so be careful not to give too much water. Houseplants will be less or not bothered by bright sunlight in the summer in the winter. The days are a lot shorter, so plants are dark for much longer. Winter is a great time to look for new plants online or to arrange nice repotting, because they also contribute to the appearance of a houseplant.
You can repot your houseplants all year round. The best time to give your plant a larger pot is at the end of winter, the beginning of a new growing season. However, if you purchase a new plant, it may immediately need a larger pot. You can see this when the roots of the plant emerge above the ground or from the bottom of the pot. Even if the leaves of the plant turn yellow without any explanation, a larger pot is needed. Use good potting soil, good plants are worth it and they will thank you by growing and possibly blooming optimally. For older plants, a new pot with new soil every two years is sufficient. It is not always necessary to take a larger pot, check this per plant. New soil is important for the nutrients. The end of winter is a great time to take care of the plants in your greenhouse for a healthy start to the new growing and flowering season.