How to grow flowers

Provide sufficient light. The lack of sunlight, as well as its excess, has a detrimental effect on the development of plants. Conditions for growing flowers should be created in strict accordance with the requirements of the culture - some colors require exposure to direct sunlight, others grow well in shaded areas. In winter, you need to grow flowers with the use of additional lighting - fluorescent lamps or halogen sources do an excellent job with this task. When installing artificial lighting, calculate the optimal distance from the flower - usually 25-30 centimeters. In such conditions, the flower will receive the required amount of light and not be affected by heat radiation from the lamp.
Control the room temperature. Flowers need different temperatures - from a tropical microclimate in a room to standard temperatures. A decrease in temperature always causes a slowdown in plant growth, therefore, some wintering crops should be temporarily transferred to cool rooms.Year-round flowers usually require constant heat, at elevated temperatures they grow well and bloom. The exception is flowers, which require a wet state of the soil - in order to maintain the required level of humidity, it is necessary to control the air temperature in the room and not to allow an increase above 30 ° C.
Water the flowers correctly. The basic rule is to prevent rotting of the roots. Excess moisture in the soil does more harm than lack. Insufficient watering, in turn, leads to drying out of the soil and the root system of flowers. Therefore, water the flowers in those periods when all the moisture is almost used up. Do not use tap water for watering flowers, as the trace elements contained in it can disrupt the growth and functioning of plants. Set aside the water and water the flowers with the same tap water, previously settled or filtered.