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  • April Little Plant - Bryophyta
    April 1, 2018 Jennifer Stearns

    April Little Plant - Bryophyta

    This month we are excited to share a special treat from our neck of the woods! Bryophyta or "moss" is an amazing diverse family containing over  12,000 species! Each plant this month is a unique one  of a kind combo of one or several species grown in the Cascade Mountain range, right here in Western Washington.   Historically moss has been a tough plant to keep happy indoors but now with the fantastic pairing of silicone hydration beads (included!) and closed containers,  its easy! Your moss comes in a plastic cube that can happily house your moss - just keep the moss moist by misting inside the box with a spray bottle every few days (if the hydration beads shrivel, soak them in water until they are the size of small marbles). Keep the lid closed to maintain moisture! Keep cool and away from direct light to avoid mold.  ​Light Bryophyta prefers filtered to medium light, as long as it does not dry out or get too hot! Water Check your Bryophyta daily, it should always feel like a moist sponge. Keep the hydration beads...

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  • April Air Plant - Tillandsia Houston
    April 1, 2018 Jennifer Stearns

    April Air Plant - Tillandsia Houston

    Tillandsia Houston’s light green coloring with pale purple undertones make it seem almost iridescent with pink or white blossoms when it blooms. As it matures it’s structural leaves will begin to curl out. It’s a fairly sturdy air plant making...

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  • April Succulent - Adromischus cristatus
    April 1, 2018 Jennifer Stearns

    April Succulent - Adromischus cristatus

    Key Lime or Adromischus cristatus are originally from South Africa.  They have thick, fan shaped crinkled leaves and are also sometimes called Crinkle Leaf Succulents. Like most succulents Key Lime Succulents enjoy warmth and sunlight and will do well in...

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  • March Succulent - Tiger Jaw
    March 1, 2018 Jennifer Stearns

    March Succulent - Tiger Jaw

    Tigers Jaws got their name from the spines that line their leaves that look like sharp tiger teeth . Originally from  the dry rocky parts of South Africa, Tigers Jaws will be happiest with lots of sunlight and heat. They...

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