Though humidity is rarely found in the house, it is
always good to keep an eye out for a plant that is
being affected by humidity. If you notice rot, mildew
or mold, it is time to get some ventilation in the
area or else lose your precious indoor plants.

Contrary to high humidity low humidity could also
adversely affect the plants by sapping them of their
water content faster than they can replenish it.

Some of the signs of low humidity are brown leaves,
wilting, buds dropping, and low humidity which is
especially prevalent during the winter months,
especially if it is too cold and you use heaters in
the house.

If you follow the few ways to regulate the humidity at
proper levels you will have a beautiful and healthy
indoor collection of plants.

* Do not keep to a schedule to water plants. Check the
soil in the pot before adding water. Water when you
feel it is necessary not because it is time to water
the plants.

* Use a mixture of soil and fertilizer that will hold
water for longer periods. A sandy mixture will allow
water to drain out easily.

* For low humidity, install an electric humidifier to
raise the humidity level and a dehumidifier if the
humidity level is too high.

* Keep plants in a place that is free from a draft.
Such a location is bound to dry the plant.

* If you have many small pots of plants or flowers,
make a large tray and fill it with marbles or pebbles.
This will keep the pot above the water and the
evaporating water will rise and wet the plants.

In the end, you will notice by regulating humidity
levels you will have healthier plants.