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Baby Toes Succulent - Fenestraria Rhopalophylla - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Baby Toes Succulent

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

If your plant is becoming "leggy" (i.e. stretched out) or the leaves are falling on their sides, your plant may not be receiving enough light. As for watering, although they are drought-tolerant, they still need moisture to refill their storage in their leaves. If the tips on the leaves start to look a bit wrinkled or slightly shrunken, give them a nice drink of water by gently pouring it over and around your plant, until it drips off from the bottom of the pot.

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Bamboo Palm - Chamaedorea Seifrizii - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Bamboo Palm

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When top quarter dry

Allow the top quarter of the soil to dry before watering again. This usually takes about 3 - 4 days in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions.

Humidity: Medium

They will do well in average humidity environments but will appreciate a little bit of humidity if provided, give them a mist daily or get a humidifier.

Care Tips

Protect your Palm from cold drafts from windows, air conditioning vents, or doors. They also grow quite slowly, so don't be distressed if it isn't constantly growing. Spider mite loves all palms, give your palm a shower every once a while or when you see them will keep them away.

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Musa Tropicana - Banana Plant - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Banana Plant

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple of hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Medium - Bright

They will thrive in bright light, but also can tolerate medium light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed anywhere between the middle of the room and the window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.

Humidity: High

They like a high humidity environment, give them a mist daily or as often as possible. Alternatively, you can put them around a humidifier. Although they won't die if they don't receive enough humidity, their leaves may have some dry, crunchy, or yellow edges.

Care Tips

The leaves are very delicate, ripping easily, so be very careful when handling your Banana plant and make sure it is in a sheltered location if outdoors. Remember that these plants originate in the tropics, so they love as much moisture in the air as possible, as well as warm temperatures. As your plant grows, it may produce offshoots, or babies, when those pups grow and develop a root system of their own – you can go ahead and divide them from the mother plant.

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Barrel Cactus - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Barrel Cactus

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in an enclosed terrarium.

Care Tips

As with all succulents, overwatering is sure to be fatal, so err on the side of too dry rather than too wet, never letting it sit in water. If the side of the plant facing the sun starts to turn yellow or brown, move the plant to a spot where it will receive less direct sunlight than it was receiving.

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Bear's Paw Succulent - Cotyledon Tomentosa - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Bear's Paw Succulent

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. This can take up to 4 weeks in an average home environment but it will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions. For them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in a terrarium.

Care Tips

Although it is difficult to propagate Bear Paws via their leaves, unlike most other succulents, they do best being propagated by cuttings. Using sterile, sharp clippers, remove a stem from the main plant, letting the cut side callous over for several days before planting in well-draining soil. These little beauties can also sometimes produce yellow, or orange, bell-shaped flowers during the growing season. Please note that this plant is mildly toxic to pets and humans.

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Begonia Maculata - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Begonia Maculata

Sun: Indirect

They should not be in a position to see the sun directly, although early morning or late evening sun is fine. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is best and most homes are comprised primarily of indirect sunlight. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but still get bright, indirect light.

Light: Medium - Bright

They will thrive in bright light, but also can tolerate medium light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed anywhere between the middle of the room and the window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again.

Humidity: High

They like a high humidity environment, but avoid misting most Begonias as this can lead to powdery mildew. Alternatively, you can put them around a humidifier. Although they won't die if they don't receive enough humidity, their leaves may have some dry, crunchy, or yellow edges.

Care Tips

In spring and summer, when the Begonia Maculata is actively growing and the temperatures are higher with increased light, the plant will need to be watered more often. Water with less volume and frequency during winter.

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Haworthia Succulent - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Big Haworthia Mystery Box

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Medium - Low

They will thrive in medium to bright light, but also can tolerate low light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed almost anywhere in the room but remember, plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months!

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in an enclosed terrarium.

Care Tips

Haworthias are drought-tolerant and prefer to be under-watered. Not sure when to water? Wrinkles on the leaves are a telltale sign. If you want compact growth, keep the plant in very bright light!

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Orange Bird of Paradise - Strelitzia Reginae - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Bird of Paradise Orange Reginae

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again.

Humidity: Medium

They will do well in average humidity environments but will appreciate a little bit of humidity if provided, give them a mist daily or get a humidifier.

Care Tips

The split leaves are totally normal, they give the Bird of Paradise plant it’s bird-like morphology and it is scientifically believed to be purposeful leaf tearing or losing of leaves to reduce drag in the wind. Under the right conditions, which include full, southern light exposure, proper humidity and temperature, Bird of Paradise may flower indoors.

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White Bird of Paradise - Strelitzia Nicolai - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Bird of Paradise White Nicolai

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Bright

They will do best in bright light. A nice bright place inside your home would be on the window sill or a stool that is right next to a window, either with or without blinds, depending on if the plant can handle sun. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When half dry

They need to be watered when the top half of the soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before you water again.

Humidity: Medium

They will do well in average humidity environments but will appreciate a little bit of humidity if provided, give them a mist daily or get a humidifier.

Care Tips

The split leaves are totally normal, they give the Bird of Paradise plant it’s bird-like morphology and it is scientifically believed to be purposeful leaf tearing or losing of leaves to reduce drag in the wind. Under the right conditions, which include full, southern light exposure, proper humidity and temperature, Bird of Paradise may flower indoors.

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Bunny Ear Cactus - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Bunny Ear Cactus

Sun: Direct & Indirect

They enjoy some direct sun, but they'll also do well in bright, indirect light. It is best to place this plant somewhere where it will receive some nice morning sun, or a couple hours of afternoon sun, and then indirect light the rest of the day.

Light: Medium - Bright

They will thrive in bright light, but also can tolerate medium light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size window. They can be placed anywhere between the middle of the room and the window. Remember that plants will grow based on how much light they receive.

Water: When fully dry

They like the soil to be completely dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 4 weeks in an average home environment. It will vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water (i.e. wrinkly or soft leaves). Water a little more often in the warmer months.

Humidity: Low

Their humidity requirement is low, so do not mist them or put them in an enclosed terrarium.

Care Tips

As with all succulents, overwatering is sure to be fatal, so err on the side of too dry rather than too wet, never letting it sit in water. If the side of the plant facing the sun starts to turn yellow or brown, move the plant to a spot where it will receive less direct sunlight than it was receiving.

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