Care Instructions

Care Instructions

So, you just bought a beautiful new plant baby from us and you want to know the best way to care for it. We’ve got your back! On your receipt you’ll find a code under the description. Scroll down or use the the search option to find that code and read away. Since so many houseplants have similar care with slight variations, we thought this was the easiest (and most environmentally friendly) way to get the information to our guests. If you feel you need some individualized help please feel free to contact us here.

Care Code: 101

Water: Let soil moderately dry out between watering. This is about once a week, but can vary based on where your plant is and the conditions of your home. A general rule of thumb is when the top couple inches of soil are dry it’s time to water. Misting can help with extra humidity.

Light:  These plants enjoy medium to bright, filtered sunlight. Similar to what they receive from the tropical canopy that they’re native to.  

Care Code: 102

Water: Let soil dry out completely in between watering. This can be about once a month, even less in winter months. No need to mist.

Light: As much bright, direct sunlight as possible

Care Code: 103

Water: Let soil moderately dry out between watering. This is about once a week, but can vary based on where your plant is and the conditions of your home. A general rule of thumb is when the top couple inches of soil are dry it’s time to water. Misting can help with extra humidity.

Light: These plants need bright, filtered light. Near a bright window but out of direct light is ideal.

Care Code: 104

Water: Let soil completely dry out between watering, about once every two weeks. Water less in winter months.

Light: These plants can handle anything from low light to bright, filtered light so they’ll thrive even in the darkest homes.

Care Code: 105

Water: About every 2 weeks. These plants require less water than most indoor plants. Keep them hydrated by misting the leaves with water and keeping the soil lightly watered (never soggy). Always allow the top soil to dry out before watering. Do not overwater, as it may cause root rot.

 Light: These plants need bright, filtered light. Near a bright window but out of direct light is ideal.

Care Code: 106

Water: Water these plants  often enough to keep the soil lightly moist in spring and summer, and allow the soil to dry slightly between watering in fall and winter.

Light: Bright, indirect light from a south or west facing window

Spring + Summer Plant Care

Spring + Summer Plant Care

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