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Vegetative and Flowering stages

Posted by Pieter Smuts on

If youre a beginner gardener, you may have heard about the vegetative and flowering stages of plants. But, what exactly do these terms mean? Vegetative and flowering stages are the two distinct phases of the life cycle of a plant. Understanding the differences between these stages can help you better care for your plants and create the best environment for them to thrive.

The vegetative stage is when plants are actively growing, and this is when they need the most care. During this stage, plants need plenty of light, water, and nutrient-rich soil. This is also when youll need to start pruning and training your plants to help them reach their full potential.

Once your plants enter the flowering stage, they’ll need less maintenance but still need to be monitored closely. During this stage, your plants’ buds will begin to form and they’ll require less water and nutrients. At this point, you’ll want to reduce the amount of light they receive and keep an eye out for pests and diseases. Best is to arm yourself with a selection of pest control products to help keep your plants healthy during the flowering stage.

Understanding the differences between the vegetative and flowering stages of a plant’s life cycle is essential for any gardener, especially beginners. With the right tools and supplies from, you can create the perfect environment for your plants to thrive in, no matter what stage they’re in.