Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I water my succulents?
During the growing season, Spring through Fall, they can be watered once a week. Some plants enter into a "rest period" from late Fall to early Spring and require less watering. Let the soil dry out in between watering at this time.
How often should I water my other house plants?
This depends on what kind of plant you have and it's specific watering needs. Most houseplants will be happy with a once a week routine, while others don't need water that often. If you would like to send me an email with the type of plant you have, I will get back to you as soon as I can.
How much light do my plants need?
This varies depending on each plant. Some thrive in full sun, others don't like direct sun and are fine in a more shaded environment. For most houseplants "bright shade" is sufficient enough.
How do I know if my plant is healthy?
Signs of trouble are yellowing leaves or dropping leaves, brown spots on leaves, brown edges on the leaves, droopiness, wilting, or stretched out growth. Causes might be overwatering, underwatering, not enough or to much sunlight.
Do you only do workshops once a month?
No! If you would like your own personalized workshop I can facilitate. I provide them for baby showers, bridal showers, party favors, birthdays, girls night out/in, work parties...etc. Get in touch to book your own event.
I have bad luck with plants, what do you reccomend?
Try cacti or succulents, jade, string of pearls, kalanchoe, sansevieria (snake plant), agave, aloe or bromeliads. All are very beginner friendly and are pretty hardy.
What indoor plants are easy to grow?
Try philodendron, pothos, rubber plants, mother-in-law's tongue, dracaena, spider plants, cast iron plants, or umbrella plants.