Kentia Palm is a low maintenance indoor plant. Once your Kentia palm is established, it will require very little care.
Kentia Palms should receive only indirect light.
Kentia palms prefer a well-drained sandy or loamy soil. Plan to water when the top inch of soil dries out. Less water needed in winter season. *Pot is not included.
Dieffenbachia is an easy-growing houseplant that can thrive in almost any room.
It prefers bright but indirect sunlight to grow.
Plant it in fertile, well-drained potting soil with a high peat content. As a tropical plant, it will do best in high humidity. One way to provide this is to place the pot on a tray of pebbles filled with water.
*Height 80 cm
*Pot is not included
Known for their braided trunks, and delicate looking umbrella shaped leaves, money tree plants are very popular and quite easy to grow.
The nickname came because Money Plants have a reputation for bringing luck and good fortune to their owners.
Not too much watering, check the soil and allow it to dry slightly between waterings, but don’t let it dry out completely.
When it’s time to water, give it a good drink, and let the excess drain from the holes in the bottom of the pot. Make sure to empty the cache pot or drip tray so that the container is never sitting in water.