That wilted plant you’re thinking of tossing out might still have some life left! Check out our tips on how to get it green again!
It happens to all of us, you forget to water your plants, or you accidentally give them too much sun. Pretty soon you start to notice them wilting or turning brown, but don’t worry! That plant might still be salvageable! Read on to find out!
1. Look the plant over carefully for any signs of life. If the stems or roots have a hint of green and aren’t brittle, that’s a sign the plant is still alive.
2. Trim off any dead stems and leaves. If there is no green remaining, leave the main part of the plant stem.
3. Water the plant thoroughly. If it’s necessary, add more soil to the pot.
5. Mist the plant every day, ensuring that the soil is moist and in 3-4 weeks you should start to see signs of life.
Photos: Plant Shed, Ed Place.