Different plant require different care, let’s go through the plant care guide.
1)The right amount of water that plant need depends on your plant type and the size of container.
Potting soil must always kept moist but not wet. Before each watering, you can reach into the soil with your hand to feel the humidity. If the soil is too wet, stop watering for 4-5 days, only proceed to the next watering.
2) Get the right timing to water your plant. 
Water the plant late evening or early morning. This gives plant time to absorb the water and get ready to handle heat and cold.
3)Give sufficient sunlight to plant but not direct sunlight and rotate them once in a while. Plant will lean towards the sun, so rotating them will help them to stand up straight.  
How frequent to water them?

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Water Level 
Size Pot
 Water (ml)
XS (Height:+/- 1¬15cm)
S (Height:+/- 15¬30cm)
(Height:+/- 31¬50cm)
Problems and care :
Air Plant 
Soak it into water a week or 2 weeks once about 5-10 mins.
Problems and solving : Most common indoor plant problems
Frequency: 2 times a week

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Additional Tips :
All plants have different likes and dislikes but the most important components to consider are water, light, temperature and humidity: 
  • Alternating periods of drought and flood can play havoc on a plant’s root system. As a general rule, most plants like having their roots consistently moist, but not wet.  
  • Provide the right light. It may be a case of trial and error to find out if your plant is receiving the right amount of light, but as a general rule, most houseplants are tropical plants that flourish in indirect sunlight.
  • Avoid placing plants in spots with particularly high or low temperatures, such as next to heat or air conditioning ducts, between curtains and a frosty window, or on top of a television or microwave. 
  • Air conditioners can be very drying – treat your plant to a little extra humidity with a daily spritz of mist.