Glass Planter (Delivery within 20km of Melbourne CBD Only)
This stylish glass pot will enable you to see the roots grow through the soil. A safe choice that will suit any space.
Your Plant Gift Inclusions:
- Glass Pot - Pot size 12cm H x 12cm W
- Plant of your choice in gardeners pot
- Signature J&R Black Gift Bag With Upgraded Gold Ribbon
- Premium J&R Gift Card
- Plant Care Instructions
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Swiss Cheese Vine:
The Swiss Cheese Vine, otherwise referred to as the Monstera Adansonii plant is a humidity loving sculptural houseplant. It loves consistently moist soil but do not soak the roots or let the soil become heavy and soggy. A regular spray around the leaves is very welcome for this Monstera. Like most smaller growing tropical plants, the swiss cheese vine grows best in dappled sunlight, a position near a window with filtered sun will have this baby very content.
The Sweetheart Vine, also known as the Philodendron bipinnatifidum, is a tropical plant from the Caribbean. It enjoys humid and moist environments especially in the summer, water well but don’t let soil become soggy. In the winter allow top 3cm of soil to dry out between watering. The sweetheart vine likes bright filtered sunlight and will grow vigorously in the right conditions.
The Dragon Tail:
The Dragon Tail, also known as the Epipremnum Pinnatum, grows well in bright, indirect sunlight but will also tolerate low light conditions. Dragon Tails are drought tolerant and don't require a lot of water. Allow the top layer of soil to dry between watering.
The Hoya Carnosa:
The Hoya Carnosa sometimes called the wax plant, is a very popular indoor house plant and has been for decades. While their waxy leaves do resemble a succulent, they do not appreciate direst sunlight. Pick a spot that’s bright but not directly in the sun. Water when the potting soil becomes almost completely dry. Water in the morning. Pour the water evenly over the soil. Spray leaves in the dryer months of the year.