Help your air plants and succulents do their best! Our organic plant food supplies essential nutrients to let your air plants and succulents thrive, and encourages blooming and pup growth. Air Plants: spray up to once per week Succulents: spray onto leaves or pour directly onto soil near base of plants
8oz Organic airplant food
Encourages blooming and pup growth
Free airplant included
Product Information Specifications for MakersKit Organic Plant Food Spray Bottle for Air Plants and Succulents, 8 oz. + Free Air Plant Below:
Rattlesnake Plant - Calathea lancifolia - Easy House Plant - 4" Pot
Brand: Hirt's Gardens
Rattlesnake Plant (Calathea lancifolia). One of the very best indoor ornamental houseplants, Rattlesnake Calathea has long, medium green leaves with dark decorative spots. The undersides of the leaves are deep purple. A beautiful accent plant for the home or patio, Calathea lancifolia grows to 30" tall and creates a magnificent specimen. As with others in this family, keep the soil evenly moist and grow in a well-drained potting mix.
Airplants Xerographica Tillandsia Small 2 Pack (Grown and Shipped from California)
Brand: Garden in the City
They require no soil, but weekly misting. They are approximately 4-5 inches wide. WINTER WARNING: PLANTS ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO FREEZE. IF YOU LIVE IN A COLD AREA PLEASE CONSIDER ORDERING IN SPRING. WE DO NOT REPLACE PLANTS DO TO FREEZE. BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Air Plant with Clear Glass Hanging Terrarium 4 1/2" wide with glass bottom. Kit includes pebbles, moss, glass globe and air plant. Great as a gift. Perfect for office or home. Easy for kids to take care of.
One of the most fragrant flowers in the world. Blooms repeatedly in the summer and during warmer weather. The jasmine opens in the evening, releasing a bold sweet scent. Likes full to filtered light with moist soil. Grows well in and outdoors. Home grown by 9Greenbox.
CARNIVOROUS PLANTS: Carnivorous plants have the most bizarre adaptations to low-nutrient environments. These plants obtain some nutrients by trapping and digesting various invertebrates. Because insects are one of the most common prey items for most carnivorous plants, they are sometimes called insectivorous plants. It is not surprising that the most common habitat for these plants is in bogs and fens, where nutrient concentrations are low but water and sunshine seasonally abundant. As many as thirteen species of carnivorous plants have been found in a single bog (Folkerts, 1982). Most plants absorb nitrogen from the soil through their roots. But carnivorous plants absorb nitrogen from their animal prey through their leaves specially modified as traps. Nature provides this remarkable plant with "traps" to lure and capture it's food. The traps are covered inside by tiny hairs and a sticky sweet smelling substance attractive to insects. When an insect touches the trigger hair, the trap is activated and closes around it's victim. After digestion of it's meal (whick takes several days), the trap will open again for a new catch. Keep moist at all times, rainwater or distilled water are preferred. Plants should not be fertilized (so therefore should be separated from your other plants). The insects it catches provide natural nourishment. Select a sunny window for your Venus Flytrap. In replanting only use sphagnum! Peat moss will do in a pinch. Put a plastic saucer underneath the p...
MakersKit Tillandsia Ionantha Guatemala Air Plant, Ten Pack + Organic Plant Food
Air plants are perfect for anyone who wants to bring a little life into their home, whether or not they have a green thumb! They require no soil, minimal light, and only need water once a week. Great for terrariums, driftwood sculptures, seashells and anywhere else that could use a little green - they can thrive almost anywhere!
With it's soft minty color and luxurious curling leaves, Xerographica is one of the most captivating and spectacular species of air plant. This massive beauty is sure to capture attention wherever you place it. Air plants are perfect for anyone who wants to bring a little life into their home, whether or not they have a green thumb! They require no soil, minimal light, and only need water once a week. Great for terrariums, driftwood sculptures, seashells and anywhere else that could use a little green - they can thrive almost anywhere!