Care Tips

PRESERVED FLOWERS:

• Preserved flowers are designed for indoors only
• Do not water your preserved arrangement/s
• Keep away from any direct sunlight, heat or A/C
• Please avoid touching the petals
• Use a dry, cool air to gently clean the dust from flowers.

CUT FLOWERS:

• Clean vase well with soap and dry
• Add clean fresh water to vase
• (Not Necessary) Add a drop or two of household bleach to vase water to keep bacteria growth away and stir well
• Prepare Flowers (Remove damage/excess foliage, Rinse and dry flower feet)
• Cut each stem on a sharp diagonal with a flower knife/scissor and immediately place in vase with water
• Ensure no foliage is below the vase lip
• Repeat above every 3-4 days

* key is to keep vase water clean and clear and flower’s feet free from slime.

 

PHALAENOPSIS ORCHID PLANTS:

• This flower loves air humidity so water spray daily on the flower face if possible
• This plant DOES NOT like wet feet so ensure all excess water is well drained
• Place plant in bright however indirect light
• Prefers warm and consistent temperature position over cool/cold/changing environments
• benefits from a weak liquid fertiliser spray fortnightly to their roots

 

INDOOR PLANTS:

• Each plant thrives differently in varying conditions so ensure to check our blog for guidance
• Insert your finger into the soil to assess the level of moisture before watering
• Most indoor plants do not like sitting in a pool of water as this will create root rot so ensure the plant’s soil is moist throughout and well drained from excess water
• Place plant in bright however indirect light
• Remove any fallen leaves
• Spray base of plants with pyrethrum if you spot any insects
• Trim any overgrown stems, this will help to ensure nutrients are directed appropriately to nourish younger offshoots

 

OPEN TERRARIUMS:

• Colour of the soil and sphagnum moss should look rich and moist (only spray water if soil looks light and dry)
• There should be no water sitting at the bottom of your terrarium (if spotted, do not water until dry)
• Ensure the plants roots are not sitting in a pool of water and soil is lifted off base with a layer of stones
• Place plant in bright however indirect light
• Remove any fallen leaves
• Spray base of plants with pyrethrum if you spot any insects
• Trim any overgrown stems, this will help to ensure nutrients are directed appropriately to nourish younger offshoots
• Only use a spray water bottle to water the plants when required

 

SEMI OPEN TERRARIUMS:

• Check for water condensation on the glass surface (this is a good sign)
• Terrarium thrive in bright however indirect light
• Remove any fallen leaves
• Spray base of plants with pyrethrum if you spot any insects
• Trim any overgrown stems, this will help to ensure nutrients are directed appropriately to nourish younger offshoots
• Only use a spray water bottle to water the plants when you no longer spot any water condensation on the terrarium over a couple of days

 

CLOSED TERRARIUMS:

• Terrarium thrive in bright however indirect light
• Remove any fallen leaves
• Spray base of plants with pyrethrum if you spot any insects
• Trim any overgrown stems, this will help to ensure nutrients are directed appropriately to nourish younger offshoots
• If your closed terrarium has been climatised correctly, you should not need to water your plants ever

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