Hi everyone! Sorry again for the delay in blog posts. I’m trying to figure out how to balance everything with the new Etsy shop, and it’s taking some time to say the least!
In this blog post, I’m going to show you the latest additions to the Etsy shop. I’ll also give a little description of each plant and it’s required care.
If there’s anything in particular that you’re interested in, feel free to visit the listing on my shop by clicking the photos or links provided.
The ‘White Butterfly’ Syngonium, otherwise known as the Arrowhead Plant, is a popular semi-tropical houseplant. These syngonium are grown in 4″ pots, but will be shipped semi-bare root with no pot included.
Syngoniums can tolerate low to medium light, but will thrive in bright, indirect light. Although they like humidity, allow soil to dry slightly between waterings.
Hoya Carnosa is a great plant for hanging as it grows long, trailing vines. These Hoyas are grown in 2″ pots but will be shipped semi-bare root with no pot included.
These plants like bright, indirect light and are more likely to bloom with brighter conditions. Be sure to allow the soil to dry between waterings.
String of Pearls are another popular trailing houseplant that go great in hanging baskets. These are grown and shipped in 4″ pots for the plants safety.
String of pearls prefer bright, indirect light. Allow soil to dry between waterings, as they are succulents and therefore more drought-tolerant.
I’m so excited for these variegated Hoya Kerrii! Hoya kerrii are a slower-growing hoya, but will grow heart-shaped leaves along vines similar to Hoya carnosa. They are also grown and shipped in 4″ pots.
Hoya kerrii prefer bright, indirect light and are sensitive to over-watering. Allow soil to dry thoroughly before watering.
Peperomia Frost is a fun variety that really stands out with its silvery, rippled leaves. These are grown and shipped in 4″ pots, with multiple choices available.
These plants prefer bright, indirect light, which helps them maintain their silver color. Peperomia Frost are also fairly drought-tolerant. Allow soil to dry between watering.
Well, that’s all for my latest additions! I’ll be sure to write another update when I’ve added to the shop again.
If there’s a particular plant you’re interested in, feel free to view the listing on my shop by clicking on the photo or visiting the link provided.