Plant Care Guide

Thanks for purchasing with us! We buy from nurseries that take great care in cultivating healthy plants. Below you'll find super helpful information and links to more in-depth care for the plant baby you are taking home with you! If you have any further questions, feel free to email us at sketchandpress@gmail.com.

Have fun learning more about your new plant baby!

Umbrella Tree

Light: Indirect bright light 

Watering: Allow soil to completely dry out before watering thoroughly 

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Light: Indirect bright light 

Watering: Allow soil to completely dry out before watering thoroughly 

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Ponytail Palm

Light: Bright light 

Watering: Allow soil to completely dry before watering

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Light: Bright light 

Watering: Allow soil to completely dry before watering

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Croton

Light: A sunny location such as an eastern, southern, or western window. If croton is getting too little light, its newer leaves will be less colorful. 

WateringKeep the soil evenly moist, but let it dry out between waterings.

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Light: A sunny location such as an eastern, southern, or western window. If croton is getting too little light, its newer leaves will be less colorful. 

WateringKeep the soil evenly moist, but let it dry out between waterings.

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Crissie Bird Nest Fern

Light: Bright indirect light 

Watering: Keep moist but not soggy 

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Light: Bright indirect light 

Watering: Keep moist but not soggy 

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Air Plant (Tillandsia)

Do Not plant your air plant in soil as the moisture would lead to rotting.

Light: Bright indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight.

Watering: Submerge and soak for 30 minutes once a week. Shake and let completely dry before displaying. Avoid harsh tap water. If very dry indoors, you can mist occasionally.

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Do Not plant your air plant in soil as the moisture would lead to rotting.

Light: Bright indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight.

Watering: Submerge and soak for 30 minutes once a week. Shake and let completely dry before displaying. Avoid harsh tap water. If very dry indoors, you can mist occasionally.

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