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Blog tagged as plantcare

Feature Friday: Plant Care
The beautiful 9” diameter, ceramic, pattern bowl will contain an assortment of

popular succulents with a flowering kalanchoe. Possible varieties include:

Echeveria: Perle Von Nurnberg, Miranda Red, Purpusorum, Affins and Pulidonis

Sedum/Sedeveria: Hens and Chicks, Hako Chocokate Ball, Tetractinum Coral...

08-20-2021 09:15 AM - Comment(s)
Succulent Plant Care
A how to on taking care of your succulents.
08-13-2021 01:50 PM - Comment(s)
Feature Friday: Plant Care
A colourful Croton and a fabulous Ficus are featured in 6" ceramic pots. These

indoor tropicals are easy to care for and will make a statement in your home.


Water: Tropicals do not need lots of water. Wait until the soil on top 2 inches has completely

dried before watering again.


Sunlight: Tropical...
07-30-2021 01:22 PM - Comment(s)
Feature Friday: Plant Care
A variety of herbs including oregano, thyme and rosemary in a cute country-style,

tea kettle planter. A charming gift for a garden or window sill that is functional

and wonderfully aromatic.


Water: Thoroughly when the top of the soil is dry to the touch. Be careful not to

overwater by making sure the po...

07-30-2021 12:59 PM - Comment(s)
Feature Friday: Plant Care
A selection of 4 different indoor plants packed in a beautiful fall themed tin

planter. Perfect as a center piece or on your mantle to add to your fall décor.


Water: Topicals don't like to be over watered. Test the soil by touching it and if you have soil

stuck on your finger don't water. When there is...

07-23-2021 09:15 AM - Comment(s)
Plant Care: Mums
Premium Mums that are full and
beautiful! Available in orange,
yellow or purple.



Light: Mums prefer full sunlight during the growing season, and

not enough sunlight will result in a weaker plant that will produce

fewer flower heads. However, blooms will last longer if they are

moved to a shadier spot afte...

07-09-2021 09:15 AM - Comment(s)
Dirt is Not Soil (and other fun facts)
Soil is the foundation of all our gardens, is a non-renewable resource and is a living thing.
02-18-2021 04:21 PM - Comment(s)