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Help Your Plants Grow And Thrive When You Consult With Our Online Indoor Plant Specialists

The term indoor plants refer to plants grown indoors in enclosed spaces, such as homes, offices, or other living quarters. Indoor plants differ from outdoor plants in many ways.

They are typically smaller than outdoor plants and are adapted to growing in conditions that differ from their natural habitat.

Due to this difference, the needs of an indoor plant differ wildly from those of an outdoor plant. For example, indoor plants usually have less-defined drainage systems and need to be watered more carefully. The margin of error is much smaller. Another reason is related to the aesthetic and health value an indoor plant brings to the space it inhabits.

This is why having an online indoor plant specialist in your corner is a boon.

Indoor plants are often valued for their aesthetic purposes and can be used to enhance the interior space of a home or office. They also offer various benefits.

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These benefits include reducing illnesses, reducing stress, purifying the air, and improving perceptions of the environment. As such, plants are often important tools used to improve one’s physical and mental health.

But what happens when these plants become ill?

Are you willing to lose your indoor plants’ aesthetic and health benefits?

If your answer is a resounding ‘no,’ then you need an online indoor plant specialist from Plant Judo.

Our online indoor plant specialists can help you care for and nurture your indoor plants. They can help you prevent your indoor plants from becoming sick ever again.

Please do not hesitate to call us if this sounds like what you need.

We are here to help you every step of the way.

Plant Specialists You Can Trust

Plant Judo is a company with an online team of expert plant specialists dedicated to helping gardeners and plant parents worldwide ensure their precious plants’ health and longevity.

Whether you are a beginner or pro gardener, an interior designer, or a plant enthusiast, we can meet your indoor plant needs. Our team has over ten years of experience nurturing and growing plants. Our plant specialists can use their deep knowledge and expertise to help you with any plant challenge you may be facing.

We understand the joys of being a plant parent and, as such, aim to see that joy fulfilled in you.

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Our Indoor Plant Care Services

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Firstly, if you are a new and aspiring indoor plant parent, we offer a variety of resources needed to get you started.

Our online shop will give you access to a wide range of offerings, including all the plants you could ever purchase. We also offer various plant paraphernalia, including germination pots, fertiliser, and gardening tools.

Our online indoor plant specialists are a brand-new service we offer to both new and existing plant parents and gardeners.

Our indoor plant specialists have vast amounts of knowledge and expertise in the care and cultivation of indoor plants.

Our indoor plant specialists can help plant parents, like yourself, in various ways.

We can help you select plants that are well-suited to the specific environmental conditions of your home and your office, considering factors such as light levels, humidity, and temperature. By ensuring that your plants suit your indoor space’s environmental conditions, you can be certain that they will have an easier time growing in your space. This ultimately reduces the risk of disease and infection and makes maintaining the well-being of your plant so much easier.

We can help you by guiding how to care for and maintain various indoor plants, including information on watering, fertilising, pruning and pest control.

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We can help diagnose any issues afflicting your indoor plant babies. This includes issues such as pests, diseases and nutrient deficiencies. Once we have identified what is ailing them, we will then give you the information you need to nurse them back to health.

We can guide how to propagate indoor plants, which could save you a lot of money.

If you want a specific plant in your indoor space, we can advise you on the proper lighting conditions the specific plant needs. This is important for plants that need a specific intensity of light to thrive.

We will also help you with plant placement for aesthetic and functional purposes. 

If your plant is sick, you will not need to risk further injury by transporting it to our offices.

All these services can be accessed via the internet from the comfort of your home. All you have to do is reach out to us.

Work With Us

At Plant Judo, we understand that indoor plants can be a wonderful addition to any home or office, but we also know how challenging they can be to take care of.

This is why we do what we do.

Our team of online indoor plant specialists have years of experience in the care and cultivation of indoor plants and, as such, will be able to help you face any indoor plant challenge.

Our team is dedicated to providing you with the highest service and expertise.

Contact us now to schedule a consultation or to learn more about our services.

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You should water your indoor plants at least once or twice a week in spring and summer but less in autumn and winter. Ensure not to overwater them; an indoor plant’s potting soil should be moist but not wet.

If your plants are unwell, you need an online indoor plant specialist. An indoor plant can be unwell for various reasons, including pests, diseases and unfavourable environmental conditions. We can help you figure out which and guide you through the process of nursing your indoor plants back to health.

Here are three plants that are virtually impossible to kill and require very little maintenance.

  • Zamioculcas. This plant’s leaves are glossy and feather-like, needing medium light and infrequent watering.
  • Sansevieria, also known as Snake Plant or Mother-in-Law’s Tongue. It can tolerate virtually any light condition and minimal watering, making it one of the toughest indoor plants.
  • Most succulents, like cacti and aloe. These require little water and lots of light.

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