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Plant Care

Looking for some quick tips and care instructions for your new plant? Don't worry we've got you covered.

After unboxing your new plant we suggest removing the sphagnum moss from on top of the soil. The sphagnum is used for shipping purposes to keep soil moist and in place during transit. It is not needed once the plant has been received.

Always be sure to assess your plant’s watering needs upon receiving it. You'll want to check the first few inches on soil to assess properly.

While you may be eager to repot your plant right away we suggest waiting 1-2 weeks to allow your plant time to acclimate to it's new environment.


PLANT CARE TIPS

Aglaonema

Aglaonema come in a wide array of colors and patterns.

Water: Keep the soil lightly moist and allow the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings.

Light: Some species are more shade tolerant, but aglaonema prefer bright, indirect light.

Quick Tips

Alocasia

Watering: Allow the soil to partially dry out before watering.

b. Light: Bright, indirect light

c. Humidity: Moderate to high

d. Difficulty: Moderate

Anthurium

Watering: Allow the top inch of soil to partially dry out between waterings. You’ll want to avoid overwatering, so it’s best to put your plant in a pot with drainage holes.

b. Light: Bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light environments

c. Humidity: High

d. Difficulty: Easy

Calathea

a. Watering: Prefers moderate watering, keep the soil moist but not soggy, and allow the top inch of soil to dry out before waterings.

b. Light: Shade tolerant and appreciates bright, indirect light

c. Humidity: High

d. Difficulty: Moderate

Hoya

Watering: Allow the soil to partially dry out before watering.

b. Light: Very bright, indirect light will help promote flowering

c. Soil Type: Well aerated, fast draining

d. Humidity: Medium to high

e. Difficulty: Easy

Monstera

Soil: Very chunky, well-aerated soil and will need a pot with good drainage

b. Watering: Prefers soil that’s lightly moist and are sensitive to overwatering so be sure to let them dry out between watering.

c. Light: Bright, indirect light or dappled sunlight

d. Humidity: Moderate, but prefers high humidity if possible

e. Difficulty: Easy to moderate

Peperomia 

Watering: Water lightly when the soil is dry. You can also mist the leaves to increase moisture and humidity.

b. Light: Bright, indirect light

c. Humidity: Moderate

d. Difficulty: Easy to moderate

Philodendron

Watering: Allow top inch of soil to dry out completely before watering.

b. Soil: Very chunky, well-aerated soil and will need a pot with good drainage

c. Light: Bright, indirect light. Make sure it’s not in direct sun as it may burn the leaves.

d. Humidity: Moderate

e. Difficulty: Easy

Pothos

Watering:

Soil:

Light: Bright, indirect light. Make sure it’s not in direct sun as it may burn the leaves.

Humidity:

Difficulty:

Rhaphidophora

Sanseveria

Watering: Allow soil to partially dry and make sure it doesn’t stay too wet.

b. Light: Will do best in bright, indirect light but are also shade tolerant and can handle some full sun

c. Difficulty: Easy

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Scindapsus

Watering: Water thoroughly and allow top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. The leaves will also start to wilt if it needs to be watered.

b. Light: Bright, indirect light but can tolerate low light environments

c. Humidity: Moderate to high

d. Difficulty: Easy

Stromanthe 

a. Watering: Prefers moderate watering, keep the soil moist but not soggy, and allow the top inch of soil to dry out before waterings.

b. Light: Shade tolerant and appreciates bright, indirect light

c. Humidity: High

d. Difficulty: Moderate