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Aglaonema Plant

1,200.00
HOW TO CARE AGLAONEMA PLANT? Aglaonema stalks retain water for the plant in periods of drought. If there is too much water

ALOCASIA PLANT

17,000.00
HOW TO CARE ALOCASIA PLANT:  Alocasia CareAlocasia plants make a statement with their bold, arrow-head shaped leaves and tall stems. Some Alocasia plants.Keep Alocasia plants moist all year; they are water-loving plants. There is a fine line with these plants. As with all indoor plants, too much water, constantly wet leaves, and heavy, soggy soil.As it's a fast-growing plant, provide it with fertilizer once per month in the growing period (spring and summer) and slow down in the dormancy. GROWING INDOOR: Fortunately for indoor gardeners, Alocasias can grow well in pots, provided they get enough humidity and light. These plants are well known for their beautiful foliage and can brighten up any indoor space. This makes them a real treat to have in your home if you can care for them properly. SUNLIGHT: Bright Indirect light is when the sun's rays don't travel directly from the sun to your plant but, instead, bounce off something first. Plants in bright, indirect light will cast blurry, indistinct shadows. Bright indirect light is approximately 800-2000 foot candles. WATERING: Back to top The Alocasia Zebrina is a tropical plant, which means it needs a humid environment. If it gets too dry, it'll become vulnerable to pests. Luckily, there is a very simple way to keep this plant humid enough: mist it occasionally. It's best to do this at least once per week in the morning.

Aloe Vera

700.00
Standard Plant Plant Size :  2.5 ft EXTRA GEL - BIG Plant Plant Size :  4.5 - 5 ft Aloe vera Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed plant growing to 60–100 centimetres (24–39 inches) tall, spreading by offsets. The leaves are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing white flecks on their upper and lower stem surfaces. About The aloe vera plant is an easy, attractive succulent that makes for a great indoor companion. Aloe vera plants are useful, too, as the juice from their leaves can be used to relieve pain from scrapes and burns when applied topically. Here’s how to grow and care for aloe vera plants in your home!

Areca Palm

2,000.00
Plant Size : 2 ft The areca palm is a medium sized palm tree, which can grow up to 20m in height. The trunk is small varying from 10cm till 15 cm in diameter. Its leaves can grow till 1,5m till 2 m long and the branch with the leaves have a pinnate shape. The fruit is oval shaped, orange colored and bears a hard single seed.

BANANA PALM PLANT

6,500.00
DESCRIPTION: Banana trees are tropical and originate in rainforests, so they need a lot of water and plenty of moisture in

Begonia Plant

700.00
How to Care Begonia Plant: Tuberous begonias will naturally die back each year. Start decreasing water in late summer to early fall and trim back foliage when it starts to yellow. Dig up the tubers at the first threat of frost. Clean any remaining dirt from the tubers and dry them on newspaper in a sunny location for about a week. To prevent powdery mildew, lightly dust them with sulfur powder and store individually in paper bags or wrapped in newspaper. Rhizomatous and wax types don’t die back and are usually pinched or lightly pruned each year to keep them healthy and encourage full, but compact growth. In warmer climates, this is best done in spring. In cooler climates, you can do this in fall as a clean-up before bringing them inside for the winter. In addition to cutting them back, check for signs of pests or disease before moving them indoors. Slowly acclimate them to their new inside location by first placing in a bright window and gradually decreasing the amount of light. This will to help prevent stress, which causes the leaves to drop. Once warmer temperatures return, reverse the process and move them back outside. See below for information on growing as houseplants. For all types, deadheading spent begonia flowers keeps plants clean and healthy, as well as promotes more blooms.

Soil:

All begonias like evenly moist, well-draining soil with some added organic matter.

Amendments and fertilizer:

For general growing purposes, apply a balanced water-soluble fertilizer once a month in the growing season. For plants grown strictly for their foliage, like angel wings, use a fertilizer that is higher in nitrogen.

Watering:

Regular watering is important for healthy plants. The soil should remain moist at all times, but not too wet, as this can cause rot. Water at the base of the plant to keep the foliage dry and prevent leaf spot and fungal diseases.

Diseases and pests:

Susceptible to powdery mildew, mealy bugs, mites, thrips, and whitefly. Stem rot and rhizome rot can be caused by overwatering and soggy soil.

BOSTAN FERN PLANT

1,000.00
PALNT SIZE: 12 inch HOWTO CARE BOSTON FERN PLANT:  Boston ferns (Nephrolepis exaltata) are popular houseplants and proper Boston fern care is essential to keeping this plant healthy. Especially during the spring and summer growing months, keep your fern's soil moist, but not soggy. Slightly reduce watering . SUNLIGHT: The plant benefits from bright, indirect light during fall and winter. A location where the plant gets at least two hours of indirect sunlight per day, preferably in the morning or late afternoon, is ideal. Boston fern light conditions must change when sunlight is more intense in spring and summer. WATERING: Many people fear they will overwater their fern but Boston ferns crave water and need daily watering when outdoors, especial on hot summer days. On really hot days it's a good idea to water your fern twice a day.

Cactus Graph

1,200.00
Plant Size: 6 - 8 Inch Table Decoration Cactus Method Select your Favourite Table Cactus Place your Order Share Screenshot of that Cactus Plant on our whatsapp/Facebook/Instagram DM.....we will deliver your Cactus at your doorstep within 3 working days

CANE PALM PLANT

1,000.00
PLANT SIZE: 3 fit HOW TO CARE CANE PALM PLANT: In addition to their role as landscape trees in warmer climates, palm trees can be distinctive and wonderful indoor plants. Mature palms often adorn public spaces and foyers, adding an elegant and distinctly tropical air to the decor SUNLIGHT: Although palm plants are relatively low maintenance, they do require a certain level of care to thrive. Avoid direct sun. Full, direct sunlight can burn the leaves of your palm and cause curling or brown leaf tips. Keep your palm in partial shade or in an area indoors that receives indirect sunlight WATERING: 2-3 times per week A new indoor Palm Tree should be watered every day in its first week. Next, move to every other day in its second week. Then settle for 3 times a week on the third. Once your indoor Palm Tree is completely settled, water it 2-3 times per week, or when the top 1-2 inches of the soil is completely dry.

CHINA PALM PLANT

1,000.00
PLANT SIZE: 3 fit HOW TO CARE CHINA PALM PLANT: hinese fan palms (Livistona chinensis) are popular landscape plants in warm, humid climates and are very suitable as indoor potted palms. Chinese fan palms are tough, hardy plants that are great for beginners. The leaves tend to face towards the ray of light, so it a good idea to rotate the plant.This plant make an excellent indoor plant for a sunny room. This neat palm is slow growing and has a single, upright trunk and large leaves that can reach up to 6 feet (2 m.) in length.   SUNLIGHT: Most palms are tolerant of (or prefer) shade and may fail to thrive if they receive too much direct sunlight. Low-light palm species prefer bright indirect light but also can tolerate less light, especially during the winter months. WATERING: Potted indoor plants need as much as 2-3 watering sessions per week. Make sure the container and the soil have good drainage and that the roots don't soak in water. Allow the top 3 centimeters of the soil to dry between watering sessions and use either rain or distilled water.

CHRISMAS PLANT

1,800.00
DESCRIPTION: Environment. To maintain your poinsettia bloom, keep temperatures between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Make sure to protect them from dramatic temperature drops as this will cause their leaves to prematurely wilt. For best results, keep your poinsettia in a warm room and mist it daily.need warmth and light. It can be kept close to a radiator but it must be kept away from draughts. SUNLIGHT: Poinsettias need 10 weeks of 12 hours or less of sunlight each day to show color. For Christmas flowers, keep the plant in complete darkness from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily, starting around Oct. 1. This is too much work for most of us, so don't feel bad if you compost your poinsettia after you've enjoyed it indoors. WATERING: about once a week; In your home, put the poinsettia in a well lighted area away from drafts and heat vents. Water the poinsettia when the pot becomes lightweight or when the soil becomes dry to the touch, about once a week. Water the plant thoroughly in a sink, letting it drain, before putting it back where it was. DO CHRISTMAS PLANT GROW BACK: Be aware that commercially-grown christmas are often treated with growth suppressants to obtain a compact plant, but plants grown on at home will revert to their taller, natural habitat. No pruning or training is usually required, as christmas are usually discarded a few weeks into the new year.  

Croton Plant

600.00
Croton plants are incredibly varied plants that are often grown as houseplants. The croton indoor plant has a reputation for being fussy, but in reality, if you know about caring for a croton houseplant properly, it can make for a resilient and hard-to-kill plant. The croton plant is often grown outdoors in tropical climates, but also make excellent houseplants. Crotons come in a wide variety of leaf shapes and colors. Leaves can be short, long, twisted, thin, thick, and several of these combined. Colors range from green, variegated, yellow, red, orange, cream, pink, and black to a combination of all these. It is safe to say that if you look hard enough, you will find a croton that matches your décor.