Succulent & Cacti Plant Care Guide
Indoor succulents and cacti require bright light to part sun exposure and should be kept in a warmer location away from open doors and windows during colder months. Avoid intense, direct sunlight until your plant has acclimatized to its new environment.
Succulents and cacti are very easy to care for, and as they are drought tolerant, they can survive (but not flourish) for several weeks at a time without water.
Although all of our planters contain rock for drainage, water only when soil is dry to the touch and provide enough water to make the soil wet, but not soggy. If you are unsure, play it safe and wait a week more before watering. Less is best!
Water approximately every 2 weeks during the warmer months, every 3-4 weeks during the cooler months.
Always water the soil directly. Avoid getting water on the plant, as water can sit in the leaves and potentially rot it.
Over time, it is normal for older leaves to turn brown and/or shrivel up. Simply pinch them off and look to the centre of the plant for new growth.
Succulents & Cacti Thrive on Neglect
If you've shown your succulent a little too much love, don't fret.
Contact us so we can bring new life to your previously loved planters.
Our REVIVE Program is here to help.
Crispy Wave Ferns
A breath of fresh air! Crispy Wave Ferns are scientifically proven to effectively convert CO2 into oxygen and remove harmful particles from the air.
These ferns will grow endlessly if put into a larger pot. But they also thrive in smaller planters as they adapt to any size vessel.
Care: low to medium sunlight. Water weekly. Fertilize monthly.
Easy to care for conversation starters!
We love our Crispy Wave Ferns! *Also known as "Bird's Nest Ferns"
Are beautiful sturdy indoor plants that add great height to a planter. Snake plants are easy to grow and very hard to kill. They are the perfect plant for new gardeners or those who tend to have "black thumbs". Pruning is not required as they grow very slowly. A great low maintenance plant.
Care: Grows best in bright light, but will tolerate any light level. Water occasionally or when very dry. Fertilize occasionally.
*Also known as "Mother-In-Law's Tongue"