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Combi deal - Ficus Lyrata branched 160cm - Augusta 150cm - Banana plant 100cm

Combi deal - Ficus Lyrata branched 160cm - Augusta 150cm - Banana plant 100cm

€279,95

Combi deal - Ficus Lyrata branched 160cm - Augusta 150cm - Banana plant 100cm

€279,95

With this awesome combo deal, you'll instantly imagine yourself in the tropics!

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    Care & tips Ficus Lyrata

    Ficus Lyrata is not a difficult plant to look after. However, this houseplant also needs attention now and then. Make sure you know the right care and Ficus will shine for you!

    Ficus Lyrata needs water

    Ficus Lyrata likes water. However, the plant does not appreciate too much water. It is very difficult to say exactly how much water Ficus needs. It remains a living creature and one Ficus can be thirstier than the other. We advise you to feel this for each plant by rooting with two fingers up to the knuckles in the soil. When the soil is deeper dry, Ficus Lyrata can be watered again. Is it still wet from the previous watering? Then wait a while. Too much water can cause root rot, which is often difficult to save.

    Light requirements Ficus Lyrata

    Ficus Lyrata is a real sun worshipper and loves being in the light.  Put it in a place where it gets plenty of light. A lack of daylight can cause the leaves to fall out and not grow back quickly. 

    Is Ficus Lyrata poisonous?

    Unfortunately, Ficus Lyrata is poisonous if ingested. The sap that is released when the leaves are cut can also irritate the skin. Therefore, keep Ficus at a safe distance from pets and children.

    Care instructions for Strelitzia Augusta

    The Strelitzia Augusta is a robust houseplant that is relatively easy to maintain. The Strelitzia is known for its lush leaves with large cracks and brown edges. If you water the plant well every week, you will enjoy its green tropical character for a long time. The plant also likes to be sprinkled occasionally. After all, the air humidity in tropical rainforests is also high. 

    Water requirements for Strelitzia Augusta

    The Strelitzia needs sufficient water each week. Just stick your finger in the soil to see if the soil is dry at the roots. If this is the case, it is time to water the air-purifying houseplant. Do this on a weekly basis. Watering the plant once in a while will ensure that it stays nice and green and healthy. 

    Light requirements for Strelitzia Augusta

    The Strelitzia Augusta is a plant that loves the sun on its bulb. So place the plant in a light spot or in the sun. However, the Strelitzia will dry out more quickly if it is in full sunlight, so keep an eye on it!

    Is my Strelitzia Augusta poisonous?

    The Strelitzia is a slightly poisonous large houseplant. Ingesting its leaves can cause health problems in children and pets.

    Care & tips Banana plant

    The Banana plant is perfect for the real plant lovers. This green houseplant needs just a little bit more care than your average green friend.

    The Banana plant comes from the tropics and therefore loves a good gulp of water. Give this green houseplant with large leaves sufficient water once a week. Make sure that the roots do not get flooded! 

    Light requirements for Banana plants

    The location of a Banana plant is very important! This is because the plant really likes daylight. So make sure to place this large houseplant in a warm and bright spot.

    Is the Banana plant poisonous?

    Luckily, the Banana plant is not poisonous at all. No problem if you have pets or small children.

    How will my Ficus, Strelitzia and Banana Plant be delivered?

    These green houseplants are delivered in an cultivation pot. All our houseplants are sent in specially designed boxes! Because of the unique interior, the green houseplants stand firm in the box and cannot move. Houseplants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way, we make sure that your green friend is delivered to your home in tip-top shape.

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