Happy Plant Care – How to Care for a Happy Plant

Happy Plant Care

Also known as a Corn Plant, the popular Happy Plant promises what its name suggests. Happy Plants are one of the best indoor plants because they are so easy to care for and do an amazing job in improving air quality. With its thick woody stems and long leaves, this plant looks more like a tree than the average houseplant. A great way to breathe life into your home or office!

Here’s a guide to caring for your Happy Plant.

Happy Plant Care


Happy Plants need moderate to bright indirect light indoors. If you have an outdoor Happy Tree, make sure it is placed in a sheltered space with shade to semi-shade to prevent the leaves from burning.


Water your Happy Plant frequently and make sure the soil is evenly moist without becoming soggy. During colder months, the plant can be watered less frequently since the soil will retain more water.

Tip: the top of the soil may look dry but it can be wet beneath, so before watering your plant, dip your finger into the soil to feel the level of moisture. If it feels soggy, wait for a few days and check again.

Temperature & Humidity

This plant flourishes in warm temperatures, ideally not below 10°C and not over 30°C. Like most indoor plants, Happy Plants prefer medium to high humidity. Low humidity may cause brown patches on its leaves, in which case you can increase humidity by misting the plant with water.

Keep your plant away from drafts of hot and cold air that can harm it.


You can feed your plant with a balanced liquid fertiliser in spring and summer.
Wipe leaves with a damp cloth. Remove any dead or yellowing leaves with a clean pair of scissors or secateurs.

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