“Plants will naturally grow toward the light, so you may start to see them bushier and fuller on one side. To avoid this and encourage a beautiful, uniform shape, rotate your plants on a weekly basis.
5. Get them drunk
An important part of a spring houseplant routine is to check whether houseplants need a drink since they are now receiving more light, which means they will probably need more water.
Test the soil by pressing your thumb a few inches into the top layer of soil. If it is dry, then the plant needs a drink, and if it is still moist, this does not happen and you can risk over-watering.
6. A Good Spring Clean
Morag added: “It’s not just your interiors that will feel revitalized and refreshed by a good spring cleaning. Dust may have settled well on the luscious leaves of your houseplants over the winter months, so a good spring clean Will make them a better world.