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Growing Together

Helping you to give the right care to your plants

 

Our Care Instructions For Our
Succulents

We have outlined the simple care instructions below for our plants and small tricks that will help to make your plants thrive.

Tricks: Succulents love lots of light. If they a growing to leggy move them to a sunnier spot. The smaller the pot the more regularly you may need to water your plant. Once a week is the norm for most succulents. 

If your plat starts growing arial roots or your plant is looking a little shrivelled means the soil is not being soaked all the way though to reach lower roots.

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Mini Hardy Succulents

These can be planted outside.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

Mini Soft Succulents

These are indoor plants only.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

Small Hardy Succulents

These can be planted outside.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

String Succulents

These are indoor plants only.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

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Large Succulents

These are indoor plants only.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

Large Succulent

These are indoor plants only.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

Mini Succulents in Concrete Pot

These are indoor plants only.

Light:  1/2 to full day of sunlight

Watering:  Thoroughly, allow to dry slightly between.

 

Our Care Instructions
Small Plants

All small plants in paper pots should be replanted in a larger pot for proper growth.  Any paper pots can be transferred directly to soil and will decompose over time.

Tricks: Most of our houseplants are low light plants and do not like direct sun light.

They all have a once a week watering schedule (apart from our Polkadot plant) and most don't mind being over watered on occasion.

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Spider Plants

These grow quickly and have long roots.

Light:  Bright indirect to low light

Water:  Low, can handle wet and dry conditions but must let soil dry out before watering again.

English Ivy

These grow quickly.

Light:  Bright indirect to low light

Water:  Moderately, likes slighty wet soil, but needs top 1" to dry out inbetween watering.

Polka Dot Mix

These grow quickly.

Light:  Bright indirect to very low light

Water:  Moderately, likes slightly wet soil at all times. 

Wandering Jew

These grow quickly.

Light:  Bright indirect to low light

Water:  Low, can handle wet and dry conditions but must let soil dry out before watering again.

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Palm

These grow quickly.

Light:  Bright to low indirect light

Water:  Infrequently, always under water than over water.

Pothos (Devils Ivy)

These grow quickly.

Light:  Bright to low indirect light

Water:  Infrequently, can handle wet and dry conditions but must let soil dry out inbetween watering.

Heart Seed Confetti

These seeds are simply grown outside in soil.  Keep them moist until germinated and established. Wild flowers should be planted outside and Herbs can be planted outside or inside.

Light:  Bright spot outdoors or indoors

Water:  Moderately to frequently

 

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