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Running out of space for new houseplants? We have a solution for you! Go vertical with a cork mounted epiphyte!
Join us for a mid day workshop and make your very own epiphytic wall mount. You will have a variety of Rhipsalis species & mini Phaelenopsis orchids to choose from.
This workshop includes all of the materials, care instructions and yummy refreshments.
To sign up, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/epiphytic-plant-mounting-workshop-tickets-73039646549
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Most days we get asked in the shop ‘Does this need repotting?!’ It’s really common to get excited and want to repot your plant as much as possible thinking that if it has more space it’s going to grow faster...riiight?! 🤔.
Many varieties of houseplants actually like to be quite potbound and don’t need that much space. Sometimes a plant with large leafy foliage only needs a small pot in comparison.
A few keys things to remember are that it’s best to repot in Spring, as your plant’s roots then have the best chance to become established at the beginning of the growing season, before the onset of the Winter rest period.
Also only go one size up!! Drowning a plant in too much space is likely to give it a shock and make it grow slower than if you give it a little more space.
Ensure your plant pot has drainage! A hole in the bottom of a pot is important for ensuring the water can escape out the bottom so that your plant’s roots aren’t sat in water.
Lastly make sure you use the right soil. Grit, perlite, sand, bark, coir and seramis are all additions that can be added to an individual plant’s soil. Make sure you do some quick research and see what your particular houseplant variety likes.