Any plant grown in a container will dry out quickly, and annuals, with their shallow roots, will need water pretty much every day. … Newly planted annuals will need extra water as they become established, but once they are growing and flowering, you may be able to get by with watering once or twice a week.
Considering this, how often should I water my potted flowers?
Usually when the first inch (2.5 cm.) or so of soil is dry, it’s a good indication that watering is needed. In summer, watering outdoor potted plants is necessary daily (and even twice a day) for most species, especially when temperatures reach over 85 degrees F.
Thereof, can I water my flowers too much?
While the roots of a plant take up water, they also need air to breathe. Overwatering, in simple terms, drowns your plant. … If there is too much water or the soil is constantly wet, there is not enough air pockets. This results in a limited oxygen supply and plants are not able to breathe.