The ideal time to water your outdoor plants

Having a green thumb is not given to everyone. Although it is a little easier to take care of the plants in the garden, the fact remains that it must still be done well to keep them alive. Water them yes, but at the right frequency and, above all, at the right time. When temperatures are high, this is even more important.

Here’s When to Water Your Plants

The most important thing is not to water your plants in the middle of the day, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. For what ? First of all, this is the time when the temperatures are the highest. If you water your plants when it’s hot, there’s a good chance the water will be evaporated before it even reaches the plant’s roots.

Additionally, the contrast between the surrounding heat and the coolness of the water can cause thermal shock for your plant. Drops of water can also have a magnifying effect on the leaves of your plants and burn them.


When to water them then? We prefer in the morning before 10 a.m. The ideal time would even be around 4 a.m., according to experts, because this will provide vitamins and nutrients to the plant during astronomical dawn. Obviously, you have to want to get up so early.

You can also do it after 6 p.m., but the morning is the best option.

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