Nothing more frustrating than arriving from vacation and finding the corpses of your favorite plants. That is why we bring you the best tips to revive a plant below.
The oldest living beings on the planet, if we do not count bacteria, are also the most sensitive, defenseless and vulnerable. Although our dependence on them is absolute, since life would be very difficult without the oxygen they release, the human-plant cycle is also perfectly complemented in the opposite direction. Or almost.
And it is that some plants that we have managed to domesticate need a little extra care to survive, grow strong and healthy. In short, to have a full life. Fortunately, unlike other living things, there are ways to revive a plant.
Reasons a plant could be dying
Not all plants leave life for the same reasons. As with humans, different types of plants require different care.
Some are affected by the amount of water they receive. Others, on the other hand, due to factors such as light, movement, air quality or soil nutrients.
Lack of space and nutrients
If the leaves turn yellow, the water is sucked in too quickly or the roots escape through the holes in the pot, it is a red flag. These effects are likely to indicate the need for the plant to be transplanted into a larger pot, with fresh soil.