The answer is Yes !
If you’re a newbie to the world of houseplant care, you probably have a lot of questions about what it takes to keep your plants thriving. And one of the most common questions is about fertilizing. Do houseplants need fertilizer? What kind should I use? And how often should I feed my plant?
The answer is yes. All plants need fertilizer in order to grow and thrive. However, there are some exceptions when it comes to houseplants. While most indoor gardeners fertilize their houseplants on a regular basis in spring and summer when plants are actively growing, during the winter months fertilization is generally not necessary as most houseplants are not growing during this time.
The fertilizers used for indoor gardening are specifically formulated for the needs of plants that live indoors. This can be confusing because there are many different types of fertilizers available on the market today with different ingredients and instructions for use. The type of fertilizer varies depending on what type of plant you want to grow and how big or small it is at the time.