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Gift Plant Box A / In-Season House Plant and Air Plants hand wrapped

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Give the gift that gives life with Gift Box A. It comes with a Pothos N Joy plant and a Tri-Color Air Plant. The gift is hand wrapped in white wrapping paper with a colorful twine and a wax seal stamp.

Plants that are included: Pothos N Joy Plant in 4" Pot and Tri-Color Air Plant


*Disclaimer: Each of the boxes is hand wrapped in sunny Southern California for you & your home, so be aware that packaging may differ from the pictures shown above.


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Pothos Plant Care


Pothos plants are easy to care for and they thrive in a large range of environments.


Light: While pothos do well in a variety of light conditions and can even tolerate low light, moderate indoor light is ideal. Outdoors they can be grown in shade to partial shade. Wherever you decide to display your pothos, just be sure to avoid direct sunlight. A highly variegated pothos may lose its variegation when placed in low-light conditions. Since only the green parts of the leaves can make energy, the leaves will compensate for the lack of light by turning greener. Pale leaves that turn yellowish in color could indicate that your plant is getting too much light.



Water: Keep soil moist but be careful not to overwater. Easier said than done, right? Pothos do best when their soil can dry out between watering. To achieve this watering technique, allow only the top two inches to dry being sure that the roots are still moist. If the leaves are wilting or turning brown, you should water the plant more often. If the leaves are yellow, you may be watering it too much. Excessive watering may cause root rot.

Do not allow your pothos to stand in water, unless it is a cutting started in water. Pothos can grow in water as well as soil, but they have a hard time switching from one growing medium to the other. A pothos plant started in soil will thrive best if continued to grow in soil, and vice versa.



Temperatures: Pothos can tolerate moderate temperatures ranging from 55 – 85℉, however they are tropical plants and so prefer high humidity and temperatures of 70 – 90℉.


Air Plant Care

Air Plants, also known as Tillandsia's, are beautiful little plants that are very easy to grow. With the flexibility to use the Air Plant without soil and minimal water, the Air Plant is an easy choice for an easy-to-maintain Terrarium. If taken care of, Air Plants will live for several years. Please see the below care instructions for taking care of your Air Plant to ensure years of enjoyment.


WATER
-Most Air Plants will be their healthiest with a weekly watering. Air Plants will become dry while in the terrarium and will need to be sprayed with water 2-3 times a week. More often in a hot, dry environment and less often in a cool, humid one.

-If you see the plants drying out, submerge the Air Plant in a bowl of water upside down for up to an hour. Repeat weekly if necessary. Adjust watering in different climates.

-Air Plants can never have too much water. They benefit from overnight soaks in water and will not be harmed from over watering. Please make sure to dry the plant completely after the watering as the air plants can die from having water sitting in the center of the plant or at the base.


AIR
-Air is an important component to the health of an Air Plant. All Air Plants live off the air and will be healthier in a terrarium that is not enclosed. Place your Air Plant at a distance from your heater or to avoid drying out the plant.

-After watering, Air Plants should be given enough light and air circulation to dry in four hours or less. Do not keep the plant constantly wet or moist.


LIGHT
-Light is an important variable when it comes to keeping your Air Plant healthy. We recommend placing your Air Plant near a window with some sun light. Make sure the plant doesn't get to much direct sun though! Too much sun will be harmful to the Air Plant. Artificial light is also a great source of light for Air Plants if you do not have windows.


TEMPERATURE
-Keep your Air Plant in warm conditions. They thrive in a temperature range of 50-90 degrees.


BLOOMING
-It's normal for Air Plants to grow new leaves. Groom your Air Plant by removing dead or dried leaves. If the tips have dried out, you can cut the dried area off. Keep your Air Plant looking fresh with a monthly grooming.


GROOMING
-Some types of air plants have a blooming once in their life and will live for many years with the appropriate care. Look for a reddish tint when the air plant starts blooming.
Give the gift that gives life with Gift Box A. It comes with a Pothos N Joy plant and a Tri-Color Air Plant. The gift is hand wrapped in white wrapping paper with a colorful twine and a wax seal stamp.

Plants that are included: Pothos N Joy Plant in 4" Pot and Tri-Color Air Plant


*Disclaimer: Each of the boxes is hand wrapped in sunny Southern California for you & your home, so be aware that packaging may differ from the pictures shown above.


--
Pothos Plant Care


Pothos plants are easy to care for and they thrive in a large range of environments.


Light: While pothos do well in a variety of light conditions and can even tolerate low light, moderate indoor light is ideal. Outdoors they can be grown in shade to partial shade. Wherever you decide to display your pothos, just be sure to avoid direct sunlight. A highly variegated pothos may lose its variegation when placed in low-light conditions. Since only the green parts of the leaves can make energy, the leaves will compensate for the lack of light by turning greener. Pale leaves that turn yellowish in color could indicate that your plant is getting too much light.



Water: Keep soil moist but be careful not to overwater. Easier said than done, right? Pothos do best when their soil can dry out between watering. To achieve this watering technique, allow only the top two inches to dry being sure that the roots are still moist. If the leaves are wilting or turning brown, you should water the plant more often. If the leaves are yellow, you may be watering it too much. Excessive watering may cause root rot.

Do not allow your pothos to stand in water, unless it is a cutting started in water. Pothos can grow in water as well as soil, but they have a hard time switching from one growing medium to the other. A pothos plant started in soil will thrive best if continued to grow in soil, and vice versa.



Temperatures: Pothos can tolerate moderate temperatures ranging from 55 – 85℉, however they are tropical plants and so prefer high humidity and temperatures of 70 – 90℉.


Air Plant Care

Air Plants, also known as Tillandsia's, are beautiful little plants that are very easy to grow. With the flexibility to use the Air Plant without soil and minimal water, the Air Plant is an easy choice for an easy-to-maintain Terrarium. If taken care of, Air Plants will live for several years. Please see the below care instructions for taking care of your Air Plant to ensure years of enjoyment.


WATER
-Most Air Plants will be their healthiest with a weekly watering. Air Plants will become dry while in the terrarium and will need to be sprayed with water 2-3 times a week. More often in a hot, dry environment and less often in a cool, humid one.

-If you see the plants drying out, submerge the Air Plant in a bowl of water upside down for up to an hour. Repeat weekly if necessary. Adjust watering in different climates.

-Air Plants can never have too much water. They benefit from overnight soaks in water and will not be harmed from over watering. Please make sure to dry the plant completely after the watering as the air plants can die from having water sitting in the center of the plant or at the base.


AIR
-Air is an important component to the health of an Air Plant. All Air Plants live off the air and will be healthier in a terrarium that is not enclosed. Place your Air Plant at a distance from your heater or to avoid drying out the plant.

-After watering, Air Plants should be given enough light and air circulation to dry in four hours or less. Do not keep the plant constantly wet or moist.


LIGHT
-Light is an important variable when it comes to keeping your Air Plant healthy. We recommend placing your Air Plant near a window with some sun light. Make sure the plant doesn't get to much direct sun though! Too much sun will be harmful to the Air Plant. Artificial light is also a great source of light for Air Plants if you do not have windows.


TEMPERATURE
-Keep your Air Plant in warm conditions. They thrive in a temperature range of 50-90 degrees.


BLOOMING
-It's normal for Air Plants to grow new leaves. Groom your Air Plant by removing dead or dried leaves. If the tips have dried out, you can cut the dried area off. Keep your Air Plant looking fresh with a monthly grooming.


GROOMING
-Some types of air plants have a blooming once in their life and will live for many years with the appropriate care. Look for a reddish tint when the air plant starts blooming.

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Gift Plant Box A / In-Season House Plant and Air Plants hand wrapped

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