Plant Care Guide

Aralia - Threadleaf

Aralia - Threadleaf

Light: Medium to bright indirect light. They tolerate medium light but will grow faster and fuller in a bright spot. Water: Water your Threadleaf Aralia just enough to keep it from wilting. It’s best to let the top inch or so of the soil to dry before watering again. It may be a couple times a week to once every two weeks, depending on the size of your plant and how much light it gets. If in doubt, it is best to keep it on the drier side rather than too wet. Tips: Like other popular indoor plants, your Threadleaf Aralia appreciates...

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Venus Fly Trap

Venus Fly Trap

Water: Keep the pot in standing water at all times. Never allow the soil to dry out completely. The flytrap requires mineral-free water. So bottled distilled water, water passed through a reverse-osmosis unit or collected rain water are best. Light: Outside in full sun. Provide 6 or more hours of direct sunlight for vigorous growth. Tips: As winter approaches, your plant will slow down in growth and eventually stop growing. It’ll retain some of its leaves throughout the winter months, but the leaves will turn brown around the edges and the traps will stop working. This is perfectly normal. Flytraps require 3-4...

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Hypoestes (Polka Dot Plant)

Hypoestes (Polka Dot Plant)

Water: Water well then wait for top 25% of soil to dry before watering again. Light: Bright indirect light Tips: This plant prefers temperatures around 75 degrees and grows best in high humidity.

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Muscari (Grape Hyacinth)

Muscari (Grape Hyacinth)

Water: Muscari bulbs tend to rot if you water them as you would a traditional houseplant. Instead, water them lightly but often Light: Bright light. Tips: Muscari blooms last longest when kept in a location with bright light and cool temperatures, preferably between 40 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. If you want to display them in a room with warmer temperatures, move them to a cooler location at night. 

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Date Palm

Date Palm

Water: Keep the soil of a Pygmy Date Palm moist but never soggy during most of the year. In winter, allow the soil to dry out before watering. The fronds of a Dwarf Date Palm turn brown from too much water or from hard water. Light: Bright indirect to medium filtered light. Tips: A Phoenix Roebelenii needs moderate to high humidity.

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