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Interior-Decorating The Pros and Cons for Live and Artificial Plants A decision to make as you decorate your home is whether you want to use silk plants and flowers or real ones. There are some great pros and cons to each option. Plenty of sunshine and regular watering are necessities for real greenery that you will need to be able to provide. If there are a lot of insects where you live, real plants and flowers may not be a good idea, because critters often make their homes there. However, there is a degree of fulfillment you get when caring for living things that you cannot have with artificial ones. If you are planning to change your greenery based on the seasons, if you like to move furniture and decorations around a lot, or if you yourself may be moving at some point, you will find it easy to store and move silk plants. The biggest factor to look at is how life-like it appears. Many silk plants and flowers are rendered so perfectly that observers cannot tell their authenticity without touching them. If your visitors believe that the artificial plants in your home are real, you have done a great job! Using Liquid Illusion With Your Silk Flowers A hot new look in the world of flower arrangements uses the liquid illusion technique. Simply put, liquid illusion arrangements use artificial flowers but make them look as if they are in a watered vase or container. This is clearly a great idea in terms of making silk flower arrangements look more realistic. Silk flowers are all about creating the illusion of reality. Adding the illusion of water makes the whole arrangement look even more realistic. You can actually create this illusion at home with your own silk flowers. One of the simplest ways is to use a very strong gelatin mix. You can also check with your nearest craft store about what liquid illusion techniques they sell. Often, the crafters in the floral section will be very familiar with this process and can give you their re.mendations on the best products and techniques to use. Watering Your Plants Watering your plants is not exactly a difficult science; however, many of us do make the mistake of not giving our plants the right amount of water. One of the most .mon mistakes that you can make with the home plant is giving it too much water. Too much water will not only drown the plant, but too much water will also drain the nutrients out of the soil. Also, if your plant is continually stuck in water, its roots will gradually be.e rotted. One way to ensure your plant gets the proper amount of water is to use a watering bulb or other controlled watering devise. These rather simple mechanisms are regulated by air pressure within the soil; water is naturally drawn from the bulb into the soil when it starts to get dry. Feeding Your Plants Potted plants, as a rule, generally need more fertilizer than non-potted plants. One cause of this is that typically potted plants are quite young, which means they are growing more rapidly and are more in need of nutrients. Potted plants also are dealing with a more limited, less renewed and rejuvenated soil However, fertilizing potted plants is usually a pretty simple process. You can find exactly what you need packaged and ready to go at your local gardening store (many home improvement stores and some super centers also have a gardening section). However, not each fertilizer is exactly the same, so make sure to follow any given instructions. One type of fertilizer you may want to consider is a type that dissolves in water before you add that water to your plant. This is a nice option that allows you to take care of both watering and fertilizing the same time. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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