Plant Care Guide

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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Mini Pineapple Plant

Mini Pineapple Plant

Water: Water thoroughly once the first couple inches of soil are dry. Water until drain through. Empty extra water out of catcher. Light: As much direct sunlight as possible. Tips: When the miniature pineapple reaches a mature age, the center of the rosette of spiny leaves produces a flower stalk. The stalk elongates and rises above the foliage to reveal a rounded cluster of lilac to red flowers with yellow bracts, resembling a pine cone. After the flowers, the ovaries swell into plump, pulpy masses to create a small pineapple fruit with a large crown of foliage. The flower stalk may...

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China Doll

China Doll

Water: Water once the top inch of soil is dry. Keep moist but not wet. Light: Lots of medium to bright indirect light. Tips: Loves humidity.

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Cryptanthus Bromeliads (Earth Stars)

Cryptanthus Bromeliads (Earth Stars)

Water: Keep moist. Light: Bright indirect light or light shade. No direct sunlight. Tips: Likes humidity.

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