Product Details: –
- Fiddle Leaf Fig, Verigated Schefflera Plant, ZZ Plant, Croton, Marble Queen
- Plants Placement: Indoor
- Plant Type: Foliage & Air Purifying Plant
- Plant height: 6 – 18 inches
- Pot Type: Black Garden Plastic Pot
- Pot Size: 6 – 8 inches
About Plants: –
Fiddle Leaf Plant – Fiddle leaf figs come from the tropical jungles of West Africa and can reach at least 40 feet in height. Fiddle like leaves and delicate veins made this plant its unique name. It is well known for its beautiful outline. However, it also has a strong standing in the wild for somewhat different reasons.
Schefflera Plant – Schefflera is a lovely flowering plant native to Taiwan and Hainan. It looks like a smaller umbrella so it’s also known as the Umbrella plant. Schefflera comes into the best house plant and air purifier plant category. It is also grown as a landscape plant in slighter climates where frosts are not simple.
ZZ Plant – This indoor plant really polishes. ZZ is gorgeous, threatening and so easy to care. The ZZ plant does produce small flowers at the base of the plant when it’s grown in its own habitat or outdoors. The place where it produces just needs to be able to house its size in diameter, which can become over 2ft once it develops making a table extent a nice place to the exhibition the plant.
Croton Plant – Croton plants are extremely diverse plants that are repeatedly grown as indoor plants. The Croton house plant has a standing for being elaborate, but in reality, if you know about gentle for a croton houseplant properly, it can make for a strong and hard-to-kill plant.
Marble Queen Plant – The marble queen pothos, with its long flowing vines, makes an attractive table or hanging plant. This plant, occasionally referred to as devil’s ivy can be skilled to grow on a pole or trellis. All pothos plants are well-organized in cleaning the air of damaging chemicals. A marble queen pothos lives in low light.
Plants Care Instructions: –
- Place your plants where it will receive morning sunlight each day.
- Water only when the soil feels dry to touch.
- Do not allow the lower soil to dry out completely.
- Apply organic fertilizers during spring and rainy season.
- Loosen the soil without damaging the roots. It will help the plant to uptake the nutrients and moisture easily.
- When a plant outgrows in current pot, re-pot with fresh potting soil and some fertilizer.
- Do the re-potting late evening and keep the plant in a shady area for 2 to 3 days and then move the plant in required light condition.