4" Decorative Ceramic 'Baby It's Cold' Pot and Wood Stand
- INCLUDED IN PURCHASE | (1) House Plant of choice in a festive holiday planter and wooden stand set with graphic text of "Baby It's Cold" . Each plant may vary from pictures shown as plants are hand selected based on season, size, health, and readiness.
- WATERING NEEDS | Pothos like to have their soil dry out completely between waterings. If left continually in damp soil, the roots will rot.
- FERTILIZING NEEDS | Pothos aren’t heavy feeders, but since there are no nutrients in most potting soils, feed monthly to bi-monthly with any balanced houseplant fertilizer.
- SOIL | SUN | POTTING | Outdoors shade to partial shade. Indoors bright but indirect light. Will lose leaf pattern and revert to all-green plants if they don't get enough light.
- WATERING NEEDS | Succulents are very sensitive to overwatering, and damp soil can cause root rot. Dry out soil completely between waterings. Recommended amount is once every two weeks. Tip: the top inch of soil should feel dry before watering again.
- FERTILIZING NEEDS | Fertilize every two to four weeks during spring and summer. Withhold fertilizer during the fall and winter months.
- SOIL | SUN | POTTING | Use well-draining soil. Regular potting soil or dirt won't do. Use cactus soil/mix potting soil with sand/pumice/perlite. Approximately 6 hours of sun per day. Gradually give plant more sunlight each day.
Janet Craig Compacta
- WATERING NEEDS | Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out between waterings. The lower the light, the less often a dracaena needs water. Fluoride, chlorine, or salt in the water may cause brown leaf tips and yellow spots on the leaves.
- FERTILIZING NEEDS | Janet Craig plants need very little plant food. Feed once or twice a year in the spring and summer with a balanced houseplant food diluted to 1/2 the recommended strength. Too much fertilizer causes leaf tip burn.
- SUN | SOIL | POTTING | Low light causes slow growth and narrow, small new leaves. Medium light causes faster growth. Keep away from direct sunlight in outdoor settings as a few minutes may burn the leaves.
- WATERING NEEDS | The Calathea Orbifolia likes to be watered fairly often. About 1-2 times per week. Allow for the top 2" of soil to dry in between waterings.
- FERTILIZING NEEDS | A balanced fertilizer given to the plant monthly at 1/4 to 1/2 during the grow season will help this plant thrive.
- SUN | SOIL | POTTING | Well-draining soil that does not get dry or soggy will help this plant to properly grow. This plant also enjoys medium light and high humidity and prefers temperatures between 65-75 degrees fahrenheit.