You can’t have a fixed watering routine when you have a variety of different plants and an ever-changing indoor environment through the seasons. But there are ways to organize them into groups according to their necessary moisture preferences. That makes it simpler to manage.
The most significant cause of plant death it’s over-watering, especially with indoor plants. When the roots are deluged with water, the plant can’t have enough oxygen to breathe, and excess water in the soil gives birth to microbial waste, which robs plant nutrients.
Check the Lighting Needs.
The amount of light plants need varies with species; therefore, you should remain conscious of your plant’s lighting environment.
If you place your plant near a window where it basks in natural light every day, it will require more water than a plant tucked in a dark corner of your home. Plants convert sunlight into energy to power cell processes.