We prefer a better air conditioner
I am so envious of the people who somehow have magnificent outdoor gardens or indoor house plants. I don’t understand how they do it. As much as I love to take care of all things, i just can’t seem to get myself to provide the proper care to any type of plant. I don’t know if it’s because the plant can’t talk to you and ask for what it needs, or if I’m just a total dimwit when it comes to greenery. Either way, I would truly love to be able to brighten up my house with the addition of some colorful fresh plants, but for years I’ve only managed to fill it with dry and brown foliage. I finally decided one day that enough was enough, and I was going to try once and for all to learn some botany skills. First things first, I needed to establish the proper air conditions for indoor plants to flourish. Before, I always just assumed that greenery would coexist in the normal air temperature control settings that I enjoyed. I kept the air humidity quite low and the temperature was moderate around 70 degrees year round. After doing some reading, however, i learned that this is less than ideal for most plants. In fact, they prefer air conditions to be rather moist so they can respirate easier through the moisture in the air. They also cannot stand to be right near air vents, which dry them out quickly. With all of this new information in hand, I’ve begun updating my HVAC system so I can finally grow my own indoor plants.