Indoor plants`
Artificial Grass Landscaping Dubai
Wedding Flower Decorations

Wedding Flower Decorations

One of the most important items on a wedding planning...
Indoor Plants

Indoor/Outdoor Plants

Indoor plants are an important part of decor in homes and...
Flower Bouquets

Flower Bouquets

There are different types of bouquets, they each have...
Planter Pots, Containers Dubai
Swimming pool maintenance, Dubai, UAE
Indoor, outdoor plant nurseries, Dubai
About Dubai

About Dubai

Dubai is the fastest emerging places in the world in terms of real estate, economy, touring and many more. The place has topped...
Read more
Facebook icon

Indoor Plant Maintenance Services

Interior Plant Maintenance

Indoor plants maintenanceRoyal Green offers professional indoor plants and outdoor plants maintenance services for your home and offices in Dubai. There are eight major areas of concern when it comes to caring for and maintaining house plants: moisture, light, soil, temperature, humidity, fertilizers, potting, and pest control. Since different types of house plants will inevitably have different needs, be sure to read the package for directions on proper care for your specific plant or do some research on your own to find out more. Watering and feeding are the two key ones. Collectively these two factors hold the answer to keeping your House Plants happy and healthy. More indoor plants are killed by overwatering than any other single factor.

Watering:
The amount of water your plant requires depends on the temperature and the time of year. Generally speaking, plants require far more water while they are growing or during flowering times than they do during their resting season which will generally occur in late autumn to winter. A thorough watering once or twice a week is better than a sprinkle each day. Some plants love being put out in the rain for a time, but not the hairy plants such as African Violets, for this can cause their leaves to discolour and rot. It is generally better to water a plant thoroughly when it is starting to become a little on the dry side. You need to learn your plants water requirements. It may take a little time and experience to achieve this. You may be able to determine this by feeling the soil or you may be able to judge by the weight of the pot. It is obviously lighter when it is dry than when it is moist. Certainly however, it is better to err on the dry side rather than being too wet. Most plants prefer to be kept evenly moist and allowed to dry a little between each watering.

Fertilising:
When fertilising it is good advice to be sparing with the food. Giving too little is better than too much. Only fertilise during the growing season and preferably make sure that the soil is moist before applying. There are many fertilisers on the market, both liquid and granular and most well known brands have certain benefits. We believe it is best to apply a slow release fertiliser like Nutricote or Osmocote every six months and supplement this with a liquid feed like Thrive indoor to give it a kick start in the growing season.

Light
Most house plants depend on sunlight for photosynthesis. The two major factors that you want to be aware of with exposure are intensity and duration. These factors will differ for each plant. Direct sunlight is ideal for most plants, although this is hard to procure indoors. Most house plants are simply placed in windows to receive to sunlight. This may not be adequate, however. Artificial light, such as fluorescent lighting, can make a great supplement to natural light, particularly in areas where sunlight is scarce.

Soil:
Most house plants require either potting soil or potting compost. As opposed to natural soil, potting compost contains soil conditioners packed with nutrients, the proper aeration, and good drainage. The mixtures are typically a combination of peat, perlite, and vermiculite. Natural soils typically do not drain well.

Pots and Containers:
Determining what size pot to use is an important factor in the growing of your house plant. You don't want your pot to be too large or too small. A pot that is too small will restrict the growth of the plant, while an overly large pot can cause your plant to get root disease because of too much moisture present in the soil. Perhaps the most important feature in pots and containers is their drainage system. Pots can be reused for different plants, but remember to wash them thoroughly to kill any bacteria or disease that might be left over from previous plants.

Upon client’s request, we provide maintenance for indoor plants. This include:

  • Inspection of all plants by a trained and certified plant technician
  • Weekly cleaning and pruning, to keep its style and beauty
  • Inspection of soil and foliage for insects and disease and containers for leakage and damage
  • Application of necessary pesticides and fungicides to keep plants healthy and attractive
  • Rotation of plants to expose all sides to light where applicable or replacement of any plant which becomes visually unattractive
  • Applying topping materials to make it more attractive
  • Cleaning of plant containers and removal of debris from topping material

Planter pots dealers, suppliers in Dubai, Middle East
Planters, pots, indoor plants dubai