Create an urban jungle in your home with this gorgeous plant gang. The large Scindapsus moss pole & succulents planted in our on-trend concrete look ceramics, are easy to care for and will transform your indoor space. Place these green beauties in a corner of your home to create your very own urban oasis.
Included in this plant gang:
– Large Scindapsus Moss Pole
– Medium Succulent (Molded Wax Agave)
– Mini Succulent (Molded Wax Agave)
All easy to care for; the large Scindapsus moss pole houseplant needs watering once a week and likes a bright spot but is tolerant of lower-light levels, making him easy to house in most areas of your home. The succulents should be watered lightly every 3-4 weeks and love a bright spot.
All plants arrive in their ceramics, ready to settle into their forever home.
Don’t forget to occasionally dust and mist the leaves of your Scindapsus, so he can absorb the light he needs. With the succulents, a few leaves closest to the soil may shrivel up and should be trimmed off to allow these little plants to concentrate on new growth.
The Plant-lovers Gang makes the perfect statement gift for that crazy plant lady/man in your life.
We recommend watering from the base for this Scindapsus moss pole, approximately once a week or when the soil is just dry to touch. Our top tip is to allow your houseplant to soak for 10 minutes in a sink with tepid water, it absorbs what it needs through its roots. Misting the moss pole and leaves, regularly will also allow the plant to stay lovely and green without being too wet.
Regarding plant feed, the Scindapsus should be fine without anything extra for the first 3-6 months, then you can feed it every couple of months with generic houseplant feed. Plants should be fertilised mainly during Spring/Summer only. The Scindapsus moss pole likes a bright spot but will tolerate low light levels too. Just be careful to not allow the leaves to scorch during the height of Summer.
Echeveria mirandas are easy going little succulents; we’d suggest watering once every 3-4 weeks, under the leaves, straight into the soil and be careful not to water over the leaves.