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Creating & curating drop-in container arrangements to add color and life to your outdoor space.
House Plant Care
"A beautiful plant is like having a friend around the house" - Beth Ditto
Snake plants are great for novice houseplant owners. They can thrive indoors with minimal lighting or even in bright indirect light. More than not if there is an issue it is due to overwatering. Only water your snake plant if the soil is dry. They can go as long as two months indoors without water. Fertilizer isn’t needed for snake plants, but if you would like a basic 10-10-10 fertilizer will do just fine! If you have pets, keep on a high shelf because the leaves are toxic to animals.
Philodendron are wonderful additions to a houseplant collection. It likes bright, indirect light and regular watering. When the soil is dry, water slow and deep until the excess water drains from the drainage holes. You may use a liquid 20-20-20 fertilizer to feed the plants 3 or 4 times a year. If you have pets, keep on a high shelf because the leaves are toxic to animals.
Aloe vera is a succulent that makes an excellent houseplant and is handy one to have in your household. Not only is it very easy to maintain, it has many useful purposes including helping wounds/burns heal if the fleshy inside is rubbed on the irritated area. Aloe loves bright indirect sunlight and well drained soil. Allow the soil to completely dry out in between of waterings and does not need fertilizer to thrive. If you have pets, keep on a high shelf because the leaves are toxic to animals.
White Velvet Tradescantia Care
What a unique plant! The White Velvet Spiderwort has a fuzzy almost hairy-like appearance which protect the plant from the hot sunlight and water evaporation. Moderate watering is best and allow the soil to dry in between waterings. Make sure to keep the leaves dry when watering. When potting up, it is best to use a mostly a soilless mix or a loam-based potting compost. Regular pruning encourages bushier growth, but if you prefer a more trailing look you can leave the plant be. If you have pets, keep on a high shelf because the leaves are toxic to animals.