How To Create Humidity for Your Houseplants

By threegardeners
August 29, 2011

Humidity is sometimes very important; it can make the difference between a lovely houseplant and a spectacular houseplant. This article will demonstrate some of the ways to create humidity.

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Aug 29, 2011 11:12 AM CST
Name: Sylvia Butler
TX (Zone 8a)
Charter ATP Member
Well needed in my house. btw do you have any info on a Patchouli? I hope I spelled it correctly. Its the sweetest smelling plant, but leaves keep dropping
Thanks.
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Aug 29, 2011 11:25 AM CST
Name: Lee Anne Stark
Brockville, Ontario, Canada (Zone 5a)
Perpetually happy!
Keeps Goats Forum moderator Frogs and Toads Tip Photographer Keeper of Poultry I helped plan and beta test the plant database.
I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Critters Allowed Cottage Gardener Charter ATP Member Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Region: Canadian
I'm glad you all are finding the info useful! Thumbs up

Patchouli is actually a member of the mint family...it originates in hot, humid, areas...75 to 80 degrees always so you might need to buy it a heat lamp Big Grin . Indirect sunlight for a minimum of 8 hours a day. Keep the soil moist at all times....if it's dry down to your first knuckle give it a drink.

Good luck with it, you're braver than I am!!
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Aug 30, 2011 11:27 AM CST
Name: Sylvia Butler
TX (Zone 8a)
Charter ATP Member
Thanks Lee Ann!, must tell my room mate, its his plant that he is fussing with. Hurray!
Hosta's at Sissinghurst, INc
www.sissinghurst-hostas.com
TOLL FREE 1-800-891-8231
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