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Plenty of reasons to add some fancy plants to your home or work space!
Indoor plants are a perfect way to dress up your space, creating a more welcoming environment. Other than adding a pop of greenery, indoor plants can also improve air quality in a space, and even improve your mental and physical health!
We currently do not sell plants online, however feel free to contact us for the latest details on where to purchase our latest plant collections.
We swear by some simple rules when looking after your plants:
Providing your indoor and outdoor plants with the right environment and the correct amount of water and nutrients can ensure sure that your plants stay alive.
Light - Select an area that gets adequate sunlight
Plants require sunlight in order to undergo photosynthesis. The quality, duration, and intensity of light all affects a plant's growth. Most plants require either filtered sun for most of the day, or a few hours of direct sun every day. Many will survive quite well in full sun, but may require adjusting to summer sun.
Tip: If the leaves are browning and dry on the edges, it may mean that there is too much sunlight and leaves are burning. Cut burnt areas off, or remove dead leave and re-position and monitor.
Although most of our plants generally don't require fertilising, it can nevertheless encourage fast and healthy growth. All commercial fertilisers have an NPK reading (nitrogen:phosphorus:potassium). Look for one with a low nitrogen.
Tip: We use liquid fertiliser such as Aquasol and Thrive for best results.
Pests and Diseases
Many succulents are prone to Mealy Bug (appearing as small white fluffy balls on the leaves towards the inside of the plant) and Aphids (tiny black insects, often on the flowers). A regular spraying with Confidor during the warmer months will prevent insect damage.
The amount of water required depends on many factors: type of container (terracotta dries out faster than other pots), size of container, height of container, time of year, position, heat, humidity etc.
During the cooler months, let the soil go dry before re-watering. Put your finger a couple of centimetres down into the soil and feel if the soil is moist. When in doubt, it is safer to underwater than to overdo it.
During summer months, water frequently and ensure soil is soaked all the way to the roots. Try to water in the morning when a sunny day is expected so that any excess will evaporate in the sunlight.
Tip: It is much easier for a plant to recover from dryness than over-watering. When in doubt, delay watering until the plant starts to shrivel slightly or go limp, then water well. Repeat this process. You will soon be able to anticipate when watering is appropriate.
- If mould starts to form on the surface of the soil or there’s standing water at the bottom of the container, you’ve over watered your plant.
- Water your plant if the soil becomes lighter in colour or cracked.
- Succulents and cactus are well equipped to deal with periods of dryness between watering.