Light green flower pot with grey design. Saucer attached. Fits a 4" pot.
succulent in 5.5" pot
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Medium to bright light is preferred, try to avoid direct sunlight.
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Air plants do not need soil to live but they still do require watering. Mist your air plant every couple of days or soak in a glass of water for 15-20 minutes every couple of weeks.
This houseplant is pretty tolerant, making it the perfect plant for people starting in the houseplant world. It needs indirect light (East or North facing window) and will still like you even if you forget to water it occasionally.
Remember, water so all the dirt gets wet and then let it dry out before you water again!
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Use 3 spikes for every 2 inches diameter of tree trunk measured at chest height. Feeds up to 60 days.
A common houseplant that bears broad, dark green leaves and charming, white calla-like flowers on tall stems above the foliage. It is hardy, forgiving and will even tell you when it is thirsty - just look for the tell-tale droop! Give it a good drink and then let it dry out. It likes low light (East or North facing window) or indirect light although it can handle fluorescent light as well.
A succulent with a little extra beauty! Kalanchoe need a lot of sunlight to bloom, so place in a room with an abundance of bright, natural light. Avoid placing them on windowsills or in direct sunlight as the leaves can easily scorch. Let the soil dry out completely between waterings and then water to saturation.
Toxic to animals.