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Pincushion cactus (Echinocactus Grusonii)

Cactus

(Cactaceae)

This prickly variety of succulent family is found in abundance in parts of  North and South America and some parts of South Africa. The uncanny attractiveness, diversity in colour and unexpected sizes are so captivating that it has made its place in the list of most gifted and loved houseplant.

These little succulents flourish with minimal attention and with little care they bloom exquisitely. Mammillaria, Gymnocalycium, and Parodia are few pricky cacti varieties out of many that flower well with pain-free effort. The distinctive look of the cactus and its quality to survive in adverse conditions are the reasons that people opt to buy a wide variety of cactuses for landscaping for their rooftop gardens and indoor decor.

 

Care Tips

  • The easiest way to kill a cactus is overwatering.

  • Potting mix should be extremely well drained.

  • Place in dry spots in winters.  

  • Water only the soil, avoid water splashes on the leaves.

  • Early morning watering is preferable.

  • A sunny window aids in the flourishing of the cactus.

  • Do not keep the cactus in dark and suffocating spaces.

  • Carefully handle while transferring without interrupting the arrangement of the root system, wrap strips of paper around to form a loop on top and then handle it.

  • Water sparingly allowing the soil to dry.

 

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Jade plant (Crassula ovata)

Jade Plant

(Crassula ovata, family - Crassulaceae)

Jade plant is an evergreen succulent native to South Africa with a range of distinctive looking varieties. The woody stem with small fleshy oval-shaped green or variegated leaves forms a structure which looks like a blend of a miniature tree and a flower making it an ideal choice for indoor landscaping/decor. Depending upon the species the plant also flowers in winters and last a long time if taken care ideally.

Jade is considered to be very auspicious and symbol of good luck and prosperity, earning itself names like “Friendship Plant”, “Money Plant” and “Dollar Plant”. The reputation of Jade plant that it encourages positive mental health gives it a special place in the houses and office spaces also making it a favourite as a gift for any occasion for loved ones.



Care tips

  • Use a soil mix that is well drained.

  • Water to keep the soil moist, do not dampen the soil, it is deadly for the plant.

  • Do not re-pot for a few years.

  • Use a wide sturdy pot for the plant.

  • The plant loves a sunny windowsill.

  • Grows well in room temperature in summers and likes coolness (not coldness) and darkness during winter nights.

  • Fertilizing 2-4 times a year with a standard liquid houseplant fertilizer is enough for the plant to flourish.




₹ 330.00

ZZ plant (Zamioculcas Zamifolia)

(Cost mentioned includes shipping fee) 

ZZ plants also known as Zanzibar Gem, aroid palm and eternity plant and belong to Araceae Family. It is a tropical evergreen perennial indoor plant and easily grown in low light conditions. Leaves are impressive with decorative and feathery waxy leaves. It is low maintenance plant and requires less care so it is a good plant for beginners and for plant lovers who do not want to spend much time on the care. Plants are good for growing in pots, containers, and beds in indoor at the outdoor condition in shady areas.

₹ 420.00

Golden Dracaena

(Cost mentioned includes shipping fee) 

Dracaena is also called Painted Dragon Lily and is a beautiful, delicate, soft leathery graceful plant. Its leaves are streaked, silvery gray in the center, bordered by broad bands of rich cream yellow to clear golden yellow. It resembles a beautiful tiny fountain with bright cheerful leaves gushing out from the stem. As it prefers shade, therefore, it can easily be grown indoors. Dracaena is the best interior plant so It can be used as a house plant as well as office plant.

₹ 400.00

Moon cactus (Epiphyllum angulige)

Cactus

(Cactaceae)

This prickly variety of succulent family is found in abundance in parts of  North and South America and some parts of South Africa. The uncanny attractiveness, diversity in colour and unexpected sizes are so captivating that it has made its place in the list of most gifted and loved houseplant.

These little succulents flourish with minimal attention and with little care they bloom exquisitely. Mammillaria, Gymnocalycium, and Parodia are few pricky cacti varieties out of many that flower well with pain-free effort. The distinctive look of the cactus and its quality to survive in adverse conditions are the reasons that people opt to buy a wide variety of cactuses for landscaping for their rooftop gardens and indoor decor.

 

Care Tips

  • The easiest way to kill a cactus is overwatering.

  • Potting mix should be extremely well drained.

  • Place in dry spots in winters.  

  • Water only the soil, avoid water splashes on the leaves.

  • Early morning watering is preferable.

  • A sunny window aids in the flourishing of the cactus.

  • Do not keep the cactus in dark and suffocating spaces.

  • Carefully handle while transferring without interrupting the arrangement of the root system, wrap strips of paper around to form a loop on top and then handle it.

  • Water sparingly allowing the soil to dry.

 

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Araucaria (Araucaria heterophylla)

(Family- Araucariaceae)

Araucaria Heterophylla is symmetrical looking conifer tree that rarely grows up to 3-6 feet. Out of the 15 species in this family, Araucaria is the only one that is grown as an indoor plant.  This plant is a native from Norfolk Island in South Pacific, but it does not care about the kind of soil, rather it can tolerate adversely acidic soils as well as salty soil near beaches. Araucaria may have the quality of surviving in a variety of soils but at the same time it needs good drainage to flourish. Araucaria because of its branches arranged in tiers and leaves like tiny needles, makes it look attractive indoors and outdoors, this structure of the plant is popularly known and chosen as a Christmas tree making it a very popular ornamental plant for house and gardens.        

   Care Tips

  •          Do not let the plant sit in water.
  •          Overwatering can be deadly.
  •          Provide well-drained soil.
  •          Care for the roof system is a must, therefore frequent repotting should be avoided.
  •          They tolerate 7˚c-27˚c of temperature, if above then mist-spray occasionally.
  •          Keep the plant in medium to bright light as much as possible.
  •          Do not cut or trim the plant.
  •          Provide some ventilation during the summer months.
  •          Mix a liquid fertilizer to the potting mix every three weeks in the active growth period.

 

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