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Feature Plant of the Month - August

Let's talk about Pothos plants! Pothos plants go by many other names but the scientific name is Epipremnum Aureum. Pothos plants are in my top three recommendations for begginers, for low light situations, and easiest to care for. They are unfortunately toxic to pets and people if your pets and people are into consuming them. If they don't eat or bother your plants, you have nothing to worry about.  There's a great many varietied of Pothos plants, such as Golden, Moonlight, Marble Queen, Jade, Neon, Pearls and Jade, N'Joy, Manjula, Jessenia, Shangri-La, and Shangri Ooh-La-La... I swear there's new varieties every other day, but the latter two are such an amazing version and ones we hope to be importing soon. There's also...

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Vinyl Decal Application Instructions

Thank you for purchasing one of our vinyl decals! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via e-mail, we'd be happy to help. Step OneMake sure you don't apply your vinyl decal to vehicles or smooth outdoor surfaces during extreme hot or cold weather. Clean the area thoroughly with rubbing alcohol, or soap and water. Windex or commercial cleaner is not recommended as it can leave behind a residue that will prevent the sticker from adhering well. If you use soap and water, please allow to dry properly.Step TwoRub a debit/credit/store card firmly across the front and back of the decal to prepare it for application. This ensures the decal will cling to the transfer tape...

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Kokedama Instructions

Hey there plant fam! If you've purchased your DIY Kokedama kit, then this post will help you with your instructions. Step One Take your moss, and cover it with warm water in a bowl and let it rest for a few minutes. Please note, I 100% gave you 2x the amount of moss you'll likely need. Use it on your moisture loving plants, use it for rooting plants, or put a ton of moss on your Kokedama - your choice! Step TwoPour excess water out of the moss bowl, pick up moss and squeeze out the water. Also - seriously, smell the moss. It's one of my favourite earthy smells ever. Set it aside until later.  Step ThreeDump your soil onto a...

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