CARING FOR YOUR AIR PLANT

LIGHT

  • PLACE IN INDIRECT SUNLIGHT OR FLUORESCENT LIGHT

WATER

  • SPRAY TWICE A WEEK WITH A SPRAY BOTTLE

  • EVERY TWO WEEKS, SOAK YOUR AIR PLANT IN ROOM TEMP. TAP WATER (OR RAIN WATER) FOR 5 - 10 MINUTES. AFTER SOAKING, GENTLY SHAKE EXCESS WATER FROM THE AIR PLANT.

TROUBLE SHOOTING

LEAF TIPS TURNING BROWN OR CRISPY?

YOUR AIR PLANT NEEDS WATER. GIVE IT A NICE SOAKING!

THE BASE IS TURNING BROWN OR BLACK? LEAVES IN THE CENTER ARE FALLING?

UNFORTUNATELY, YOUR AIR PLANT WAS OVER WATERED AND IS ROTTING. IT'S TIME TO GET A NEW AIR PLANT!

CARING FOR YOUR TERRARIUM

LIGHT

  • MINIMUM OF 4 HOURS OF INDIRECT SUNLIGHT OR FLUORESCENT LIGHT.

WATER

  • ONLY WATER WHEN SOIL IS DRY.

  • IDEALLY USE A STRAW OR A SPRAY BOTTLE TO WATER THE SOIL TO AVOID OVER WATERING

  • WATER EVERY TWO WEEKS, BUT ALWAYS CHECK THE SOIL BEFORE WATERING.

  • WATER WITH TAP WATER OR RAIN WATER BECAUSE IT CONTAINS HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF DISSOLVED MINERALS.

PRUNING / REPLACING

  • SOME LEAVES WILL NATURALLY DRY OUT AND NEED TO BE REMOVED

  • IF SUCCULENTS ARE OVER GROWN, REPLACE THEM

TROUBLESHOOTING

SHRIVELED LEAVES?  

IT'S TIME TO GIVE IT SOME WATER.

IS YOUR SUCCULENT GROWING TALL? FLIMSY LEAVES? PALE IN COLOR?

YOUR TERRARIUM IS SEARCHING FOR LIGHT. RELOCATE YOUR TERRARIUM TO A PLACE WITH INDIRECT SUNLIGHT.

BROWNING OR DISCOLORING OF LEAVES?

YOUR TERRARIUM IS DEHYDRATED OR GETTING TOO MUCH SUN. 

MUSHY, YELLOWING OR BLACK LEAVES?  

YOUR TERRARIUM IS GETTING TOO MUCH WATER.  REMOVE THE PLANT IF IT ROTS AND REPLACE IT WITH A NEW PLANT.

CARING FOR YOUR LIVING WALL PLANT

TYPES OF PLANTS: POTHOS, IVY, FITTONIA, POLKA DOT PLANT PHILODENDRON,

LIGHT

  • PLACE IN A PLACE WITH BRIGHT, INDIRECT SUNLIGHT OR FLUORESCENT LIGHT.

WATER

  • SOAK THE PLANT IN A SINK WITH RUNNING WATER OR ROOM TEMPERATURE WATER, UNFILTERED.

  • LET THE PLANT DRAIN BEFORE HANGING ON THE WALL. MAKE SURE THE BOARD IS FULLY DRIED ON THE BACK TO AVOID MOLDING ON YOUR WALL.

  • SPRAY OR MIST THE LEAVES OCCASIONALLY.

  • MAKE SURE THE SOIL IS FULLY DRY BETWEEN WATERING

  • WATER ONCE A WEEK.

TROUBLESHOOTING

  • BLACK SPOTS ON THE LEAVES MEANS THE SOIL HAS BEEN KEPT TOO WET

  • DRY AND BROWN EDGES MEANS THE PLANT IS TOO DRY

HOPE THIS INFORMATION HELPS YOU MAINTAIN YOUR TERRARIUM, LIVING WALL PLANT AND AIR PLANT!

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