Care & tips Pachira Aquatica
The Pachira Aquatica is not a difficult plant to care for. However, this houseplant does need attention from time to time. Make sure you are aware of the correct care and the Pachira will shine for you.
Water requirements of Pachira Aquatica
The Pachira stores water in its stem and does not appreciate too much water. It is difficult to say exactly how much water Ficus needs. We recommend once every three weeks.
Light requirements for Pachira Aquatica
Pachira Aquatica prefers a spot in normal daylight. The plant does not tolerate bright sunlight, which can even burn its leaves. The Pachira, also known as the money tree, also does well in a spot with predominant shade.
Is Pachira Aquatica poisonous?
Unfortunately Pachira Aquatica is poisonous if ingested. The sap that is released when the leaves are cut can be irritating to the skin. Therefore the Pachira should be kept at a safe distance from pets and children.
Care & tips Kentia Palm
The fanlike, summery Kentia Palm can't wait to stand and shine in your home. With the Kentia Palm you can bring the tropics directly into your home. In addition, the plant is also mega easy to care for.
Water requirements for the Kentia Palm
The soil of the Kentia Palm should always remain slightly moist. Always feel this for each plant. If the soil is very dry after a few days, the plant can be watered again. If the soil is still very moist from the previous watering, it is better to wait a while. Too much water can cause root rot.
Light requirements for Kentia palm
The Kentia is very easy when it comes to its location. It will survive in a light or shady spot. Be careful not to place it in direct sunlight as its leaves may burn.
Is the Kentia Palm poisonous?
No, the Kentia Palm is not poisonous and therefore fits in with the animal- and child-friendly houseplants. Please note that the two other plants in this combination deal are poisonous.
Care instructions for Alocasia Zebrina
A plant you will not easily overlook! The Alocasia Zebrina (elephant ear) is a cool and special houseplant that fits in every stylish interior. With its striped stems, this houseplant is a real eye-catcher.
Water needs Alocasia Zebrina
The soil of the Alocasia may remain slightly moist. By just sticking your finger in the earth, you will know whether the earth at the roots is dry. If this is the case, it is time to water the air-cleaning houseplant. Do this on a weekly basis.
Light requirements Alocasia Zebrina
The Alocasia Zebrina is a plant that loves the sun on its bulb. So place the plant in a light spot or in the sun. If the plant does not receive enough sunlight, the stems will start to droop.
Is my Alocasia Zebrina poisonous?
Unfortunately, the Alocasia Zebrina is poisonous. Ingestion of the leaves can cause health problems in children and pets. The sap from the stems is also irritating when in contact with the skin.
How are my Pachira, Kentia and Alocasia shipped?
These green houseplants are delivered in an ornamental pot. All our houseplants are sent in specially designed shipping boxes! Because of the unique interior, the green houseplants stand firmly 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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