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  • Crinkled leaf Fern

    Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : Fantastic gift potted in a various multi-colored small terracota well baked pot.

    Crinnkled leaf fern: Is one of the best small ferns for indoors. This one has been potted in a 6″ terracota tea cup planter. Ideal for table-tops as this pot comes with its own drain tray.

    Light: Needs partial sunlight and can be kept on Writing Desks, Windows etc., No direct noon sunlight.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

    Loves to be misted. Put him under the shower regularly.

  • Mother-in-law’s Tongue in Ceramic Pot

    Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Mother-in-law’s Tongue (Sansevaria) : Sansevaria is a very low-maintenance houseplant that is primarily grown for its resplendent leaves. This is also said to be purifier plant and has been planted in an Indian brown ceramic pot to cleanse your table top environment!

    Light: They thrive in just about any kind of light, but brighter the light, the greener are its leaves.

    Soil: A good mix of regular loamy sandy soil. It should be well drained.

    Watering: Likes the soil to dry up a bit between watering. Always test the soil for moisture before watering. Once in 3 days is ideal for all round the year except summers.

    Feeding: A general NPK feed once every 2 weeks is needed to be luscious and green

    Repotting: Repot then when it fills the pot and the plant kind of overflows, preferably during spring.

    Propagation: Moderately easy to propagate via stem cuttings in sand.

    Speed of Growth: Moderately fast. Small plants can fill the pots in a matter of a year.

  • Zamioculcas Zamifolia plant

    Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Design details : Yellow cup and saucer shines the green of this plant.

    ZZ Plants: This fairly new plant is not only stylish but also a very easy to take care of houseplant.

    Light: Needs partial sunlight and can be kept on Writing Desks, Windows etc., Avoid harsh west light.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Water every alternate day.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

  • Earth Stars in Ceramic Pot

    Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Earth Stars (Cryptanthus) : These incredibly beautiful plants are excellent house plants. These stars are planted in brown Indian ceramic pots.

    Light: They thrive in indirect light and also under flourescent light.

    Soil: A good mix of regular loamy sandy soil. It should be well drained.

    Watering: Likes the soil to be moist. Water everyday in summers and once in 3 days during more humid times.

    Humidity: Loves humidity in the air. Keep misting regularly.

    Feeding: A general NPK feed once every 2 weeks is needed to be luscious and colorful.

    Repotting: Repot them when they fill the pot and kind of overflows, preferably during spring.

    Propagation: Through pups that are produced in mature plants.

    Greener tips: High humidity and diffused lighting is all he needs!

  • Peperomia Tricolor in Ceramic Pot

    Available Only for Bangalore Delivery

    Peperomia Tricolor : A gracefully colorful plant, this peperomia is good for partial shade and is planted in a brown Indian ceramic pot.

    Light: It can survive in partial light.

    Soil: Sandy, Excellent drainage.

    Watering: Very low watering. These are drought resistant, yet need good watering to thrive. Water once in 3 days in summer and space it even further during monsoon and winter.

    Feeding: A weak all purpose feed once a month is more than sufficient.

    Repotting: This is not normally needed, but if the plant has outgrown its pot it’s a good idea to repot in Spring.

    Propagation: Through leaf cuttings.

    Speed of Growth: Slow.

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