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Plant Care

ANTHURIUM:

This tropical plants thrives humidity environments. place in a bright location but avoid direct sunlight. allow the soil to dry in between waterings. remove the flowers when dried up and they fade.

Asparagus Fern:

The asparagus fern grow best in bright, indirect light without any full sun. Direct, hot sunlight can scorch the 'needles', while insufficient light will often cause them to yellow or drop.  Asparagus Ferns should be planted in rich, light, slightly acidic, well-drained soil. In low light conditions, your Asparagus Fern will need less water, especially during the winter months. The asparagus fern likes higher humidity and occasional misting.

AIRPLANTS:

KEEP IN BRIGHT LIGHTED AREA. SOAK YOUR AIRPLANT ONCE A WEEK ANYWHERE BETWEEN 5-15 MINUTES DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU LIVE . THE DRYER THE CLIMATE, THE LONGER THE SOAK. ALLOW YOUR AIRPLANT TO DRY WELL BEFORE PLACING IT BACK IN ITS ORIGINAL HOME.

BIRD'S NEST FERN:

BIRD’S NEST FERNS GROW BEST IN MEDIUM TO LOW INDIRECT LIGHT. THESE FERNS ARE OFTEN GROWN FOR THEIR CRINKLY LEAVES AND THE LIGHT THEY RECEIVE WILL AFFECT HOW CRINKLED THE LEAVES ARE. KEEP IN MIND THAT TOO MUCH LIGHT OR DIRECT LIGHT WILL CAUSE THE FRONDS ON BIRD’S NEST FERN TO YELLOW AND DIE. UNDER IDEAL CIRCUMSTANCES, ALL FERNS WOULD LIKE TO HAVE CONSISTENTLY MOIST, BUT NOT WET, SOIL. HOWEVER, PART OF THE REASON THAT BIRD’S NEST FERN MAKES AN IDEAL HOUSEPLANT IS THAT IT WILL TOLERATE SOIL THAT DRIES OUT FROM TIME TO TIME.

BLUE BARREL CACTUS:

KEEP IN BRIGHT/LIGHT SUN.  WATER THROUGHLY WHEN SOIL IS DRY. The barrel cactus doesn’t need much water in winter when it is dormant

BROMELIAD:

BROMELIADS need medium to bright light as indoor PLANTS. They do BEST in shallow pots and may grow in low soil mediums such as orchid mix, a blend of bark, sphagnum moss and other organic amendments. WaterING BROMELIADS by filling the cup at the base of the leaves. The water that collects in the pot should be emptied out weekly to remove debris and the dead insects the stagnant water tends to lure into the cup. THEY THRIVE IN A HUMID ENVIRONMENT. 

CALATHEA:

THIS TROPICAL PLANT NEED SOIL THAT HOLDS MOISTURE BUT IS ALSO WELL DRAINING. WITHOUT GOOD DRAINAGE, THE ROOTS WILL ROT. A LACK OF WATER, HOWEVER, WILL CAUSE LEAVES TO CURL. PLANTS SHOULD BE MISTED SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK. IF THE ENVIRONMENT IS PARTICULARLY DRY, WHICH OFTEN OCCURS DURING THE WINTER MONTHS, REST THE POT ON A SHALLOW TRAY FILLED WITH GRAVEL AND FILL THE TRAY WITH WATER WITHOUT ITS TOUCHING THE POT. ONE OF THE FIRST SIGNS OF LOW HUMIDITY IS BROWN EDGES ALONG THE LEAVES. THESE PLANTS NEED LIGHT - MED LIGHT, AVOID DIRECT SUNLIGHT.

Crassula Succulent:

Most crassula species require some shade in the hottest part of summer, but require bright light to attain their most vibrant color. Since these are succulents they don’t need frequent watering, since they store it in their leaves. If they are left to sit in wet soil, their roots will rot. During cooler months, give them a good drenching and then allow the soil to dry out, before watering again.

Climbing Aloe:

The climbing aloe loves full sun. Water very sparingly.

CROTON:

THIS TROPICAL PLANT ENJOYS A HUMID ENVIRONMENT, misting the leaves will help with this.. Croton plants do not like to be moved, and when they are moved, they can quickly go into shock which results in leaf loss. So best to avoid moving it around. 

Croton growing in containers should only be watered only when the top of the soil is dry to the touch. Then, they should be watered until the water flows out the bottom of the container.

COFFEE PLANT:

Coffee plants prefer bright, but indirect, light. Soil needs to stay moist, but be sure it has good drainage. It also enjoys humid environments, so mist occasionally.

DIEFFENBACHIA:

The Dieffenbachia likes humidity and during the summer lots of water. Keep soil moist but not wet. Reduce watering during the winter season. Keep in medium indirect light.

DOG TAIL CACTUS:

this cactus prefers very high light. water only when the soil feels dry.

DRACAENA:

Place your dracaena plant in a location with bright to moderate, indirect sunlight. Water the plant when the soil is dry at a depth of 2 inches. Apply water to the soil until it drains out the holes in the bottom of the pot. After all of the excess water drains through, empty the saucer in the bottom of the pot.

DRAGON TREE OR DRACAENA MARGINATA:

PLACE YOUR DRAGON TREE IN A bright, indirect lightED AREA. Dracaena marginata plants are very drought resistant, but they should be watered on a regular basis, nonetheless. Wait until the soil surface is dry to the touch, then water them thoroughly, using water that has been allowed to set for 24 hours. Never allow the soil to remain constantly wet! Dragon Trees appreciate an occasional misting of their foliage.

ECHINOCEREUS:

BRIGHT SUNLIGHT IS A MUST FOR THIS CACTUS! Water thoroughly until soil is completely dried out.

ENGLISH IVY:

KEEP YOUR IVY IN BRIGHT LIGHT. WHEN WATERING YOUR IVY, ALWAYS CHECK THE SOIL BEFORE ADDING WATER. IVIES PREFER TO BE KEPT SLIGHTLY ON THE DRY SIDE, SO LET THE SOIL DRY OUT SOME (DRY TO THE TOUCH ON TOP) BEFORE YOU WATER YOUR IVY PLANT AGAIN. ALSO, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PLANT HAS EXCELLENT DRAINAGE, AS IVY DOES NOT LIKE TO BE IN STANDING WATER OR OVERLY WET SOIL.

ECHEVARIA:

Keep your echevaria in Bright light with some direct sun. Keep the mix lightly moist spring through fall and water sparingly in winter. Water the potting mix and not the rosette because it can easily rot.

FICUS:

MOST FICUS TREES ENJOY BRIGHT INDIRECT OR FILTERED LIGHT WITH VARIEGATED VARIETIES HAPPILY ABLE TO TAKE MEDIUM LIGHT. BRIGHT, DIRECT LIGHT MAY RESULT IN SCALDING OF THE LEAVES AND LEAF LOSS. WHEN GROWING FICUS INDOORS, IT’S IMPORTANT TO MAINTAIN A RELATIVELY HIGH HUMIDITY AROUND THE PLANT. WHEN WATERING, ALWAYS CHECK THE TOP OF THE SOIL FIRST. IF THE TOP OF THE SOIL IS WET, DON’T WATER AS THIS MEANS THEY HAVE ENOUGH MOISTURE. IF THE TOP OF THE SOIL FEELS DRY TO THE TOUCH, THIS INDICATES THAT THEY NEED WATER.

FIDDLE LEAF FIG:

FIDDLE LEAF FIGS LIKE BRIGHT SPOTS, SO CHOOSE A SPOT WHERE IT'LL GET PLENTY OF LIGHT FOR AS MUCH OF THE DAY AS POSSIBLE. JUST MAKE SURE YOUR FIG IS NOT IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR IT WILL DAMAGE THE LEAVES.
DO NOT OVER WATER YOUR FIG OR THAT CAN CAUSE BROWN SPOTS ON THE LEAVES AND CAUSE YOUR PLANT TO BECOME DAMAGED. WATER WHEN THE TOP INCH OR SO OF SOIL IS DRY.

FLAPJACK Succulents:

Carefully squeeze one of the fleshy leaves with your fingers. A plump, or full, feeling means the flapjack has enough internal moisture and you do not need to water it. If it feels flexible and light, water the plant. Water this succulent if the soil is visibly dry. The flapjack needs full sunlight to achieve the red hue across the leaves.

GOLDEN BALL CACTUS:

Give your cactus lots of light especially during the summer, water only when soil is dried out. Keep protected in the winter months and water less. 

HENS + CHICKS succulents:

Water lightly and every 1-2 weeks - give it good light if indoors (near a window) and you can transition these succulents outside if you wanted to, the hens + chicks can take the full sun.

HINDU ROPE:

Place your Hindu rope in bright, indirect light. Water the Hindu rope when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch, then water the plant sparingly. Hindu rope plants prefer soil on the dry side.

JADE PLANT:

JADE PLANTS DO WELL IN BRIGHT LIGHT ROOMS OR FULL SUN IN ORDER TO GROW PROPERLY. NEVER LET A JADE PLANT DRY OUT COMPLETELY. BUT ALSO, DO NOT WATER A JADE PLANT TOO OFTEN, AS THIS CAN CAUSE ROOT ROT. DON’T WATER YOUR JADE PLANT ON A SCHEDULE. RATHER, WATER YOUR JADE PLANT WHEN THE TOP OF SOIL IS JUST DRY TO THE TOUCH. IF YOUR JADE PLANT IS LOSING LEAVES OR HAS LEAF SPOTS, THIS IS MOST COMMONLY CAUSED BY TOO LITTLE WATER.

KALANCHOE:

KALANCHES NEED LOTS OF LIGHT, PREFERABLY A SOUTH-FACING WINDOW IN WINTER AND BRIGHT INDIRECT LIGHT (OR EAST/WEST WINDOW) IN SUMMER. IF YOUR KALANCHOE PLANT IS LOOKING LEGGY AND THIN, IT PROBABLY ISN’T GETTING ENOUGH LIGHT. ALLOW YOUR KALANCHOE TO GET DRY BETWEEN WATERINGS. THEN WATER THOROUGHLY UNTIL IT RUNS OUT THE BOTTOM, AND IMMEDIATELY EMPTY THE DRAINAGE TRAY.

LIPSTICK PLANT:

The Lipstick Plant does best when provided with bright, indirect light. Do not allow this houseplant to be in a lot of direct sunlight. It can burn the foliage, especially in younger plants. This houseplant can be quite particular in terms of its water requirements. Keep the soil moist at all times, however not soggy. Be sure to keep the soil moist, you do not want it to dry out. If the leaves begin to fall off, it may not be receiving enough water.

LITHOPS:

WATER EVERY 2 WEEKS IN WELL DRAINED SOIL. BEST TO ALWAYS USE A CONTAINER WITH DRAIN HOLES FOR THE LITHOPS. KEEP PLANTS BARELY MOIST! OVERWATERING IS THE MOST COMMON PROBLEM PEOPLE HAVE WITH LIVING STONES. LITHOPS REQUIRES FULL TO VERY BRIGHT SUN (EITHER DIRECT OR INDIRECT). SHADE WILL KILL THIS PLANT! IT CAN TAKE FULL STRENGTH SUN, BUT BE MINDFUL OF SUN BURNING THE LEAVES. IF YOUR PLANT IS IN FULL SUN, BE SURE TO WATER EVERY WEEK INSTEAD.

TOO MUCH LIGHT IS NOT A PROBLEM FOR LIVING STONES. TOO LITTLE LIGHT IS! IF THE PLANT APPEARS TO BE 'REACHING' FOR THE WINDOW OR LIGHT SOURCE, IT NEEDS MORE LIGHT! STRETCHING WILL CAUSE THE LIVING STONES TO LOSE THEIR ROCK LIKE APPEARANCE AND GROW TALLER. IF THIS BEGINS HAPPENING, SIMPLY FIND ANOTHER PLACE WITH MORE LIGHT.

MAMMILLARIA SPECIES (MYSTAX, elongata cristata, CELSIANA, Spinosissima):

Prefers bright light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.

MARIMO MOSS BALL:

PLACE YOUR MARIMO MOSS BALLS IN low INDIRECT LIGHT, AVOID HARSH DIRECT SUN. TURN THEM OVER ONCE IN A WHILE FOR THEM TO KEEP THEIR ROUND SHAPE. CHANGE THE WATER ONCE A WEEK, THEY WILL EVENTUALLY SINK TO THE BOTTOM, IF THEY DON'T IT MAY BE HOLDING TOO MUCH WATER, IF SO TAKE IT OUT AND GIVE IT A LITTLE SQUEEZE TO LET SOME OF THE WATER OUT. when cleaning, if algae forms on the glass clean with a brush and water. marimo moss balls are a simple delight to any home and can outlive any of us and very easy to take care of. These moss balls symbolize love, luck and happiness.

MATUCANA:

drought tolerant, water only when soil is dry. lots of bright light and sun.

MIMICRY:

Place the mimicry in a southern facing window for optimum light entry. Be very careful, when growing living stones, not to overwater. These little succulents do not need to be watered in their dormant season, which is fall to spring. 

MONEY TREE:

PLACE YOUR INDIRECT SUNLIGHT. WATER THOROUGHLY AND ALLOW THE SOIL TO DRY OUT A BIT BETWEEN WATERINGS. CUT BACK ON WATER IN THE WINTER WHEN GROWTH SLOWS. USE A CONTAINER WITH DRAINAGE HOLES AND TAKE CARE NOT TO OVERWATER YOUR PLANT BECAUSE IT CAN GET ROOT ROT.

MOON GRAFTED:

This cactus likes bright light. Water thoroughly when soil is dry. Do not overwater.

MONSTERA:

KEEP YOUR MONSTERA IN A BRIGHT LOCATION, OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT, BECAUSE THEY ARE PRONE TO SUNBURN. WATER YOUR MONSTERA WEEKLY, OR WHENEVER THE TOP 1 INCH OF SOIL FEELS DRY, AND ALLOW IT TO DRAIN COMPLETELY. REDUCE WATERING IN THE WINTER TO PREVENT WATERLOGGING AND DAMAGE TO YOUR PLANT.

MOON CACTUS:

THE MOON CACTUS PLANT REQUIRES BRIGHT INDIRECT SUNLIGHT. FULL SUN WILL ACTUALLY HARM THIS CONTAINER PLANT, SO KEEP IT OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME. WATER MOON CACTUS THOROUGHLY, THEN LET THE PLANT DRY OUT BETWEEN WATERINGS.

Moon Stone Succulent:

Keep your moon stones in bright light. Keep the mix slightly dry during the spring through fall and water sparingly in winter. Water the potting mix near the root and avoid misting.

MOSES IN A BOAT:

Avoid DIrect sunlight. keep soil moist.

NEPHTHYTIS OR HEART LEAF PHILODENDRON:

Avoid intense direct sunlight. water when the soil's surface starts to get dry out. the nephthytis likes to be constantly moist.

NORFOLK PINE:

NORFOLK PINE TREES PREFER SEVERAL HOURS OF DIRECT, BRIGHT LIGHT, SUCH AS THE TYPE OF LIGHT THAT CAN BE FOUND IN A SOUTH-FACING WINDOW, BUT THEY WILL ALSO TOLERATE FULL INDIRECT, BRIGHT LIGHT AS WELL. WATER YOUR NORFOLK ISLAND PINE WHEN THE TOP OF THE SOIL FEELS DRY TO THE TOUCH. BECAUSE THIS IS A TROPICAL PLANT, IT LIKES HUMIDITY. MIST LEAVES DURING THE DRY WINTER SEASON.

OLD MAN CACTUS OR CEPHALOCEREUS SENILIS:

KEEP YOUR CACTUS IN A LOCATION THAT ENJOYS FULL SUN / PARTIAL SUN AND REMEMBER TO WATER VERY SPARINGLY.  ALLOW THE TOP COUPLE OF INCHES OF SOIL DRY OUT COMPLETELY BETWEEN WATERINGS. IN WINTER, REDUCE WATERING TO ONCE OR TWICE DURING THE SEASON.

PANDA Kalanchoe Succulent:

Your panda plant likes medium to bright light. As with most succulents, soil should be allowed to dry between waterings.  Move it outside during spring and summer, if desired, but provide protection from hot afternoon sun.

Peace Lily:

Peace lilies enjoy medium to low light. Peace lilies that are placed in more light tend to produce the lovely white spathes and flowers more, while peace lilies in low light will bloom less and will look more like a traditional foliage plant. When watering, touch the top of the soil to see if it is dry. If it is, water your peace lily. If the soil is still damp, the plant does not need to be watered. Some people will go so far as to wait until their peace lily is starting to droop before watering their plant. As these plants are very drought tolerant, this method does not harm the plant and will prevent overwatering.

pencil cactus:

A pencil cactus needs very little care and can even be neglected if it is planted and situated correctly. The soil must be slightly gritty and well draining. Water every two to three weeks in summer but little to no water in winter. Allow the plant to dry out between irrigations. The pencil cactus needs sun & all the natural light you can give it.

PEPEROMIA:

PLACE YOUR PEPEROMIA IN MEDIUM TO LOW LIGHT AND AWAY FROM DIRECT SUN. WATER PEPEROMIA HOUSEPLANTS SPARINGLY AND ALLOW THE SOIL TO DRY AS DEEP AS 5 INCHES BETWEEN WATERINGS.

PHALAENOPSIS:

In the summer water every 2 weeks, in the winter water every 7-10 days. after the flower is lost, cut under the bloom about 3 cm for the orchid to re-bloom.

PHILODENDRON:

PHILODENDRON'S CAN TOLERATE LOW LIGHT, BUT IF THERE IS TOO LITTLE LIGHT, THE NEW LEAVES WILL DEVELOP SMALLER, AND FARTHER APART ON THE STEM. KEEP THE SOIL EVENLY MOIST, BUT ALLOW IT TO DRY OUT BETWEEN WATERINGS. KEEP PHILODENDRONS SLIGHTLY DRIER DURING THE WINTER MONTHS, WHEN THE GROWTH SLOWS. OVER WATERING WILL CAUSE THE LEAVES TO TURN YELLOW. UNDER WATERING WILL CAUSE THE LEAVES TO TURN BROWN AND FALL OFF.

PONYTAIL PALM:

A PONYTAIL PALM TREE IS NEITHER A PALM NOR A TREE. IN FACT, IT IS A MEMBER OF THE AGAVE FAMILY AND IS ACTUALLY A SUCCULENT. A PONYTAIL PALM TREE NEEDS BRIGHT LIGHT, BUT BECAUSE IT IS SUCH A FORGIVING PLANT, IT WILL BE OKAY IF YOU GIVE IT BRIGHT LIGHT ABOUT HALF THE TIME. SINCE THIS PLANT IS A SUCCULENT, IT GROWS BEST IN SEMI-DRY CONDITIONS. WHEN GROWING PONYTAIL PALM AS A HOUSEPLANT, YOU SHOULD LET THE SOIL DRY OUT SIGNIFICANTLY IN BETWEEN WATERINGS.

POWDER PUFF CACTUS OR PART OF THE Mammillaria species:

THIS CACTI LOVES strong light, but dislikeS more than four hours of direct summer sunlight. Provide bright, even light for the best results. Allow the soil mix to become nearly dry between waterings, but then water thoroughly.

PRAYER PLANT:

ALTHOUGH PRAYER PLANT HOUSEPLANT IS SOMEWHAT TOLERANT OF LOW LIGHT CONDITIONS, IT DOES BEST IN BRIGHT, INDIRECT SUNLIGHT. THE PRAYER PLANT PREFERS WELL-DRAINED SOIL AND REQUIRES HIGH HUMIDITY TO THRIVE. PRAYER PLANT HOUSEPLANTS SHOULD BE KEPT MOIST, BUT NOT SOGGY. USE WARM WATER AND FEED PRAYER PLANT HOUSEPLANTS EVERY TWO WEEKS, FROM SPRING THROUGH FALL, WITH AN ALL-PURPOSE FERTILIZER. DURING WINTER DORMANCY, THE SOIL SHOULD BE KEPT DRIER. KEEP IN MIND, HOWEVER, THAT DRY AIR CAN ALSO BE A PROBLEM IN WINTER; THEREFORE, PLACING THE PRAYER PLANT AMONG SEVERAL HOUSEPLANTS CAN HELP CREATE MORE HUMID CONDITIONS, MISTING DAILY WITH WARM WATER.

PRICKLY PEAR CARE:

GROWING THE PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS IN A SUNNY LOCATION ALLOWS THE PLANT TO THRIVE AND FRUIT. PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS IS A TROPICAL OR SUBTROPICAL PLANT, SO IT LOVES THE WARM EXPOSURE. WATERING SHOULD BE DONE ONLY WHEN THE SURFACE LOOKS DRY. ON AVERAGE, DURING THE SPRING AND SUMMER, WATER IT ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK AND DURING THE FALL AND WINTER ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH. IF YOU’RE LIVING IN TROPICS MORE FREQUENT WATERING WILL BE REQUIRED.

RABBIT FOOT FERN:

The main attraction of this plant are the furry rhizomes that hang over the side of the container. These light-brown, creeping rhizomes are covered with hairs that look like a rabbit's foot. Those furry rhizomes are more than eye-catching -- they take up moisture. Mist them every day -- or as needed -- with tepid water to prevent them from drying out. Keep this fern in indirect light.

RIC RAC ORCHID:

ALSO KNOWN AS THE FISHBONE CACTUS, THE RIC RAC ORCHID THRIVES IN INDIRECT LIGHT BUT CAN TOLERATE PERIODS OF BRIGHT SUN. LIKE MOST CACTI DOES BEST WHEN ALLOWED TO DRY OUT BETWEEN WATERING. DURING WINTER, CUT WATERING IN HALF AND THEN REINSTATE WHEN SPRING GROWTH BEGINS.

Rose Quartz or chamaelobivia hybrid cactus:

The Rose Quartz cactus prefers bright light and more temperate climates with good airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry during active growing season. Protect from frost.

RUBBER TREE:

RUBBER TREE'S NEEDS BRIGHT LIGHT BUT PREFERS INDIRECT LIGHT THAT ISN’T TOO HOT. THE RUBBER TREE ALSO NEEDS THE RIGHT BALANCE OF WATER. DURING THE GROWING SEASON, IT NEEDS TO BE KEPT MOIST. IT IS ALSO A GOOD IDEA TO WIPE OFF THE LEAVES OF YOUR RUBBER TREE HOUSEPLANT WITH A DAMP CLOTH OR SPRITZ IT WITH WATER. IF YOU WATER THE RUBBER TREE PLANT TOO MUCH, THE LEAVES WILL TURN YELLOW AND BROWN AND FALL OFF. 

SEDUM:

Sedum  likes bright shade or partial sun.  It will burn in strong, hot sun.  Water once -twice a week depending on the season and environment. All the leaves store water so be sure not to overwater it, It will rot out if you do.

SCHEFFLERA

Schefflera plants need bright but indirect light. When watering, wait until the soil in the pot dries out and then thoroughly soak the soil when you water. Yellow leaves that fall off the plant is a sign that you may be watering too much. Prune often. Schefflera houseplants rebound quickly from pruning and will look even fuller and more lush shortly after pruning.

Silver Coral Succulent:

SENECIO SCAPOSUS, NATIVE TO SOUTH AFRICA, FORMS COBWEBBY ROSETTES OF LONG SILVER FINGER-LIKE LEAVES. SILVERY ROSETTES PROVIDE GREAT ACCENT FOR ROCK GARDENS. MEMBER OF THE ASTER FAMILY. FLOWERS ARE LIKE BRIGHT YELLOW DAISIES. Plant in a porous cactus/succulent soil, given proper drainage, daily bright light, and do not over water.

SENECIO STRING OF BANANAS:

THIS SUCCULENT PLANT IS DROUGHT TOLERANT, SURVIVING LONG PERIODS WITHOUT WATER. IN FACT, THE PLANT’S WATER-STORING ABILITIES ALLOW IT TO BE WATERED THOROUGHLY ONE WEEK AND THEN PRETTY MUCH FORGOTTEN THE NEXT WEEK OR TWO. WATERING TOO OFTEN CAN INCREASE THE CHANCES OF ROOT ROT. SO BE SURE TO LET THE SOIL DRY OUT AT LEAST HALF AN INCH OR SO BETWEEN WATERINGS. IN WINTER, CUT BACK WATERING TO ABOUT ONCE MONTHLY. THE STRING OF BANANAS PLANT GROWS WELL IN BRIGHT LIGHT.

SENECIO STRING OF PEARLS:

This succulent plant is drought tolerant, surviving long periods without water. In fact, the plant’s water-storing abilities allow it to be watered thoroughly one week and then pretty much forgotten the next week or two. Watering too often can increase the chances of root rot. So be sure to let the soil dry out at least half an inch or so between waterings. In winter, cut back watering to about once monthly. The string of pearls plant grows well in bright light, including sunlight.

SNAKE PLANT:

Put your snake plant indirect sunlight and don’t water them too much, especially during the winter. In fact, it’s better to let these plants dry out some between waterings. It is a very most tolerant plant so it can also be kept in med-low light.

STAGHORN:

Care of staghorn ferns rely on careful humidity, light and temperature control. The Staghorn fern requires frequent watering, but allow the plant to dry out in between. Staghorn ferns need bright, indirect or diffused light to thrive, avoid direct sunlight.

TERRARIUM:

place your terrarium in a bright location with indirect light but avoid direct sunlight as that is too harsh. water sparsely and use a watering device that allows you to control the flow (i.e. eye dropper, plastic squeeze bottle, etc) if not spooning water can work too. Avoid watering directly on the plants, but water closer to the bottom towards the soil.

Tanzania Zipper:

Provide the zipper plant with lots of light but keep it out of direct sunlight during the hottest part of the afternoon. Water the plant roughly once a week, soaking it completely until water runs out of the bottom of the pot. Check the soil before watering -- it should always be dry to the touch. If it isn’t, wait a few more days to water. Decrease the amount of water provided to your zipper plant during the dormant winter months, from November through March. Water only often enough to prevent withering in the winter.

TIGER stripe ALOE:

THE TIGER ALOE LIKES WARMER AREAS INDOORS OR OUTSIDE IN THE SUMMER. WATER DEEPLY BUT RARELY AND LET THE SOIL DRY OUT BETWEEN WATERING. THE TIGER ALOE IS A SLOW GROWING SUCCULENT. If your tiger stripe aloe is in a terrarium, spoon water in or use a squirt bottle where you can control the amount of water that goes in. water lightly in your terrarium once every 1-2 weeks.

TIGER's Jaw

Tiger's Jaw prefers slightly cooler temperatures in the winter, but this succulent is not cold-hardy. If you move it outdoors for the summer, be sure to bring it back indoors when nighttime temperatures drop below 60°F - Give it bright light and some direct sun in the summer. keep soil lightly moist spring through fall. In winter, allow soil to dry out between waterings.

TRICHOCEREUS CACTUS:

DROUGHT TOLERANT CACTUS. WATER WHEN SOIL IS COMPLETELY DRY. DECREASE WATERING IN THE WINTER OR COLDER MONTHS. WATER REGULARLY IN THE HOT SUMMER. 

waffle plant:

Keep your waffle plant in light bright areas, indirect light and avoid direct sunlight. Keep growing waffle plants away from drafts as well. GROw your waffle plant in evenly moist soil. Consistent watering of well drained soil promotes growth and well-being of the waffle plant. However, do not allow roots of the plant to remain in a soggy soil. The waffle plant likes high humidity, mist the plant regularly

WANDERING JEW:

Wandering jew plant care requires bright, indirect light. If the light is too dim, the leaf markings will fade. Keep the soil slightly moist, but don’t water directly into the crown as this will cause an unsightly rot in your wandering jew plant. Care should be taken, particularly in winter, that the plant doesn’t become too dry. Mist wandering jew plants frequently. 

WEEPING FIG FICUS:

Place in a slightly shaded to bright location but avoid direct sunlight. water thoroughly, allow soil to become dry to touch between water applications. do not over water.

Zanibar aloe:

place in a bright lit location. Water aloe deeply but then allow the soil to dry at least 1 to 2 inches deep between waterings, in order to discourage rot; water even less in winter.

ZEBRA PLANT:

Keep your Zebra plant in a bright, filtered light. Do not expose to direct sunlight. Never allow compost to dry out; use lukewarm water to keep soil temperature elevated. Mist frequently during growing season.

ZZ PLANT:

The ZZ plant is adapted to surviving droughts, therefore heavy constant watering without allowing the soil to dry out inbetween, will turn the leaves yellow before rotting the tubers away. On the other hand for productive and fast growth the soil needs to be moist for the majority of the time between late Spring to early Autumn / Fall. As a basic guide, in good light and warm temperate conditions, aim for a heavy watering once a week or so and slightly less in poor light conditions and over Winter. Adapt accordingly based on how the soil feels, obviously if it's still very moist when you come back a week later don't water. The ZZ plant will accommodate a broad spectrum of light conditions, however it doesn't like harsh direct sunlight found in South facing windows. Early morning, or late afternoon sun is acceptable, therefore try to aim for a North, East or West facing window. Deep shade must also be avoided if you want it to grow.

ADDITIONAL PLANT TIPS:

Wipe plants leaves with a soft, damp cloth to remove dust as necessary. Wipe the undersides of the leaves as well as the upper surfaces. Removing dust opens the pores so the plant can exchange air freely, and it may help prevent spider mites.