This Ice Cube Trick Will Save Your Houseplants, Seriously

Photo credit: I'm a housewife
Overwatering is one of the most common causes of indoor plant death, but a simple solution can be in your freezer.
Instead of hydrating plants with a watering can, which can lead to a messy H20 overflow, try putting a large ice cube (or a few small ones) on the ground once a week.
The slowly melting ice gives roots and dirt enough time to properly absorb the water.
Overwatering is one of the most common causes of indoor plant death, but a simple solution can be in your freezer.
Instead of hydrating plants with a watering can, which can lead to a messy H20 overflow, try putting a large ice cube (or a few small ones) on the ground once a week.
Jillian from I Am a Homemaker says the slowly melting ice gives roots and debris plenty of time to properly absorb the water. This method is also great for hard-to-reach specimens (like hanging plants) and orchids, as their roots need to be well-drained without water collecting on the ground, according to Gardenista's Amanda Gutterman.
Just look at Instagram to prove it. Take a look at the flowers of this ice-cube-fed beauty:
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