You know that? That you walk unsuspectingly into a room and suddenly find a pathetic pile of green sadness (when yesterday there may have seemed to be nothing wrong)? There is nothing little more frustrating than coming across limp hanging plants and leaves. Especially if you don’t know where these plant depression symptoms come from and how to fix them. That is why we have compiled a list for you of the possible causes and solutions. Mind if we join you?
A little hangry is okay
Plants such as Alocasia or Zamioculcas often stand nice and straight up when you have just bought them. This is because they are perfectly lit in the nursery. The (day)light flies around their ears there. From left, right but especially from above, these green amigos are pampered to the bone with the ideal dose of daylight. This also makes the plants grow more upwards, unlike in your living room where they usually get daylight from the side. So crooked hanging is a bit part of it. We also advise you to turn your plants a little once in a while so that all sides are evenly lit and you avoid crooked growth.