Black Homalomena Plant
Selling size:well rooted plant mentioned in last picture
The actual size and color of the plant may vary.
|Watering||Water when the soil seems dry|
|Potting Mix||35 % Potting Soil +40 % cocopit + 15 % Organic manure/Vermicompost + 5 % charcoal chips + 5 % perlite.|
|Light||Indoor in medium to low light with Good natural Air Circulation / Ventilation.|
₹140.00Add to cart
Selling size: Mentioned on last picture of each plant advertisement,well rooted plant in jiffy bag
The Pothos is the king of easy growing. With its lush heart-shaped foliage this trailing vine will impress you with its ability to drape beautifully over a shelf or hanging basket and liven up any room. Although the Pothos enjoys plenty of indirect sunlight, they can also thrive comfortably in a low light environment and like many indoor plants, water when the top soil is dry to the touch. Being one of the easiest plants to grow this climbing devils ivy plant thrives on low light surroundings. To beautify your plant use containers with drain holes to drain excess water and keep your plant healthy. Indoor house plants are proven to be excellent air purifiers that removes pollutants and chemicals from the air for healthy living. Studies show that house plants can decrease stress and anxiety and stimulate creativity. Great for yourself or as a gift!
- Golden Pothos plants are among the most popular house plants for their versatility and easy care. Devils Ivy is a low-maintenance plant making it perfect for indoors or the perfect gift!
- The devils ivy can tolerate low levels or bright filtered light. Requiring water when dry to the touch, this climbing plant loves the idea of “less is more”
- The trailing vine will impress you with its ability to drape beautifully over a shelf or hanging basket and liven up the look of any room!
- Pothos are rated one of the best houseplants for removing indoor air toxins. Studies have shown live plants for your home improves your mood, sparks your creativity, and reduces stress, increasing productivity
Philodendron Burl max
₹285.00Add to cart
Philodendron Burle Marx is great for people who like extraordinary evergreen houseplants. Besides, it isn’t a demanding plant. All it needs is enough filtered light, moderate room temperatures (from 60 to 75 degrees F), moderate humidity, and watering once a week Size & Growth Philodendron Burle Marx is a small-sized plant, and the maximum …
String Of Nickels (Dischidia nummularia)
₹250.00Add to cart
Selling size: Mentioned in last picture of each plant advertisement,please check selling size before order
The string of nickels (Dischidia nummularia) is a vining succulent that is native to the tropical regions of Asia, India, and Australia. It is a type of epiphyte similar to orchids and air plants such as Tillandsia, meaning that in its native habitat, the string of nickels grows on other plants such as trees and obtains its moisture and nutrients from the air, rain, or debris accumulating around it rather than from soil.
This Dischidia is a relatively uncommon houseplant that can be difficult to find, but if you manage to find one, it will do well in almost any location in your home. Unlike many other types of succulents, the string of nickels does not require a bright, sunny location—it actually prefers low-light conditions.
Botanical Name Dischidia nummularia Common Name String of nickels, button orchid Plant Type Succulent Mature Size 12-18 in. long, 15-24 in. spread Sun Exposure Partial sun, partial shade Soil Type Well-drained Soil pH Neutral, alkaline Bloom Time Spring, summer Flower Color Yellow, white Hardiness Zones 10a to 11b Native Area India, Asia, Australia