Plants, Desk plants
Lucky Bamboo in a vase0 out of 5(0)
Lucky bamboo arrangement in a tall vase. This arrangement consists of two spiral 8″ sticks and four 12″ straight sticks.
Light: Lucky bamboo prefers bright, filtered sunlight, such as what is found under a rainforest canopy. Avoid direct sunlight.
Watering: Water the plant once a week with enough water to cover the roots. Use only bottled or distilled water, or tap water that has been left out for 24 hours to allow the chlorine to evaporate, as they are sensitive to chlorine and other chemicals.
Fertilizing: The plant will only need to be fed every other month, using a very weak liquid fertilizer. A single drop of liquid fertilizer is plenty for most lucky bamboo arrangements.SKU: 11F344€45.00
Plants, Desk plants, Indoor plants
Phalaenopsis Blue – Double stem orchid0 out of 5(0)
Orchids in the genus Phalaenopsis are monopodial ephiphytic, sometimes lithophytic herbs with long, coarse roots and short leafy stems hidden by overlapping leaf bases. The leaves are usually arranged in two rows, relatively large and leathery, oblong to elliptic and sometimes succulent.
Environment: Both indoor and outdoor. Orchids don’t do well in cold temperatures and during warmer months the plants should be kept under trees.
Light: This plant prefers bright, indirect light and should be best placed in an east to south-facing window or room.
Watering: Orchids need ample water but should be allowed to dry out some between watering. Water if about 2 cm into the soil is dry, otherwise, let it be.
Fertilizing: Fertilize weekly or bi-weekly while they are producing new growth and decrease to monthly or bi-monthly once they mature
*Please note that we only accept pre-orders of at least 2 days prior delivery date for this particular product.SKU: 6453CE€40.00
Plants, Indoor plants, Outdoor plants
Kentia Palm0 out of 5(0)
The Kentia Palm Tree, slow growing and easy to care for, is the classic indoor palm that gives an elegant feel of tropical paradise. The houseplant brings memories of happy times of summer with its long dark green fronds and it is no surprise that they are very popular with decorators, being a beautiful attraction to the decor of entryways, office building and hotel lobbies.
Environment: Both indoor and outdoor
Light: Needs decent but indirect sunlight especially in the early mornings and late afternoons and can do well in shady areas.
Watering: Keep them hydrated by misting the leaves with water and keeping the soil lightly misted as well with good drainage. Do not over water the plant.
Fertilizing: Fertilize monthly only in the spring and summer with liquid fertilizer or slow-release pellets.SKU: C77ADB€120.00
Plants, Desk plants, Indoor plants, Outdoor plants
Zamia Plant0 out of 5(0)
The Zamia plant has long folds which arch from a central crown. The fronds carry tightly packed thick leather leaflets that range from smooth-edge to spiny, giving the plant a fern-like appearance. It is an ideal plant for an indoor environment due to its air purifying qualities that will improve the air quality of your home or office.
Environment: Both indoor and outdoor
Light: Extremely bright light is best with direct sunlight being fine, especially during the plant’s growing season.
Watering: Try to keep the soil fairly moist and wait until it dries a little (to a depth of 2-5 cm) between watering. In the summer, water every 6-15 days and substantially reduce watering during winter months.
Fertilizing: Feed twice a year with a general palm food, once at the beginning of the growing season in the spring and once at the beginning of the fall.SKU: EDA97C€35.00