Living Décor 4pk Online Gift Mixed Daisy Gardens
VENDOR: Living Décor™
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When it comes to plants the more the merrier! Our designer gardens are impressive when planted solo, but stunning when mixed with 3 to a pot. Succulents are some of the easiest plants to care for, so no green thumb is required. Our hand poured organic concrete planters are the perfect balance of sustainability, function, and style. The concrete allows the roots to breathe while the naturally pigmented design is a treat for the eyes. This gift set includes a mix of 1 of our solo plant Basic Gardens and 3 trios of our Juicy Gardens™.
Each garden is hand-crafted in our sustainable California nursery, potted to perfection in sleek concrete and topped with white stones for a modern finish.
Arrange in a decorative grouping or place as you wish in any area with bright sunlight. Your succulent garden will arrive looking its best in a decorative gift box.
Vessel: 4-5 inch organic concrete pots, hand poured using natural pigments. Planters hand made in Mexico.
Type: Succulents and Cacti. Echeveria, Jade, Kalanchoe, Cactus and Haworthia.
Quantity: Set of 4. 1 solo plant Basic Gardens, and 3 Juicy Gardens™ with 3 plants each.
USDA Zone: Indoor Plant Designed and Planted in California
Light Needs: Succulents love the sun, but too much sun causes burning. Move to lower light as burning occurs. They do best next to a window that gets sunlight most of the day.
Watering: Water succulents twice a week by pouring a spoonful of water at the root of each succulent. Cactus are hardier and only need to be watered once a week.
Color: Succulents have naturally occurring color variations and vary due to availability. The more sunlight a succulent gets, the warmer their colors turn!
Spread: 2-3” per plant
Congratulations! You have a beautiful new designer succulent garden. Plants are good for the soul, and good for the environment. Not to worry if these are the first plants you’ve ever owned or if you don’t have much of a green thumb as succulents are some of the easiest plants to care for. We hope your indoor garden inspires you as much as it inspired us to handcraft it for you.
Potted To Perfection
Living Décor™ succulents are grown in our California nursery. We plant them in decorative and functional hand poured organic concrete. Concrete is porous which allows the roots of your new plants to breathe and thrive. The pigment used on the concrete is natural and we top each pot with white stones for a refined finish. Between the white stones and the succulent-friendly soil mix you never have to worry about proper drainage.
Succulents Love Light
Succulents require about 10 hours of direct sunlight per day, so be sure to place them in or near a bright window. The more sunlight they get, the warmer and richer their colors evolve. Your succulents will grow gradually but if they start to stretch out it is a sign that they aren’t getting enough light so move them to a brighter spot. Outside you must be mindful of too many hours of direct sunlight burning your succulent leaves, which can be identified by brown or black spots, but it is unlikely that your indoor succulents will burn. If they show signs of burning move them to a window with lower light.
When To Water
We have designed our succulent gardens to be low-maintenance. Water your succulents just twice per week by adding one spoonful of water to the roots. If you have a cactus in your pot, you only need to add one spoonful per week as they are hardy and require less water to thrive. Unlike some of your other indoor plants, succulent leaves do not like to be wet, so do not spray them with a water bottle.
Succulents do not like to be wet and they do not thrive well in humidity. If you live in a humid environment keep your succulents in a temperature-controlled room. If they remain in humidity for long, they will absorb the moisture in the air through their leaves, which will result in overwatering. Their leaves may begin to discolor and seep water and eventually fall off. If you notice this happening move to a cooler room in the house for the summer months and don’t water until they dry out.
Dusting Your Succulents
Succulents don’t like to be dirty. Overtime your succulent will get dusty. Remove dust with a soft and dry cloth. However, it’s hard to reach the layers of leaves with a cloth, so you can also use a soft paintbrush that is used only for dusting your beautiful new plants. Unless you live in a high-dust area you should only have to dust your succulents 3 or 4 times per year.
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