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Cactus Mystery Box - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Cactus 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: 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).
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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Caladium Carolyn Whorton - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Caladium Carolyn Whorton

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 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. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. When the leaves start to die back in the fall, stop watering until the spring.
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
Caladium always go dormant throughout the winter, so do not fret when their foliage starts to die back after a few months, or in the fall. When this happens, stop watering, place the pot in a dark, warm place (no cooler than 16°C for at least 2 months), then bring it out again in the spring, give it fresh soil, and begin the watering cycle again! Fertilize your plant during the growing season.
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Caladium Monument - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Caladium Monument

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 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. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. When the leaves start to die back in the fall, stop watering until the spring.
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
Caladium always go dormant throughout the winter, so do not fret when their foliage starts to die back after a few months, or in the fall. When this happens, stop watering, place the pot in a dark, warm place (no cooler than 16°C for at least 2 months), then bring it out again in the spring, give it fresh soil, and begin the watering cycle again! Fertilize your plant during the growing season.
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Caladium Pink Splash - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Caladium Pink Splash

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 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. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. When the leaves start to die back in the fall, stop watering until the spring.
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
Caladium always go dormant throughout the winter, so do not fret when their foliage starts to die back after a few months, or in the fall. When this happens, stop watering, place the pot in a dark, warm place (no cooler than 16°C for at least 2 months), then bring it out again in the spring, give it fresh soil, and begin the watering cycle again! Fertilize your plant during the growing season.
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Caladium Red Flash - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Caladium Red Flash

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 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. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. When the leaves start to die back in the fall, stop watering until the spring.
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
Caladium always go dormant throughout the winter, so do not fret when their foliage starts to die back after a few months, or in the fall. When this happens, stop watering, place the pot in a dark, warm place (no cooler than 16°C for at least 2 months), then bring it out again in the spring, give it fresh soil, and begin the watering cycle again! Fertilize your plant during the growing season.
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Caladium White Moonlight - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Caladium White Moonlight

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 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. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. When the leaves start to die back in the fall, stop watering until the spring.
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
Caladium always go dormant throughout the winter, so do not fret when their foliage starts to die back after a few months, or in the fall. When this happens, stop watering, place the pot in a dark, warm place (no cooler than 16°C for at least 2 months), then bring it out again in the spring, give it fresh soil, and begin the watering cycle again! Fertilize your plant during the growing season.
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Calamondin Orange Tree - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calamondin Orange Tree

Sun: Direct
They love as much sun as possible. The best spot for them is where they can see the sun during the majority 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
Prune your plant back in the spring when new growth starts to avoid it becoming "leggy", or stretched out, this will also encourage new branches to grow from just below the cut. To promote blooming, make sure to keep your plant snug in its pot, if there is too much room for the roots, it will not focus on flowering. Avoid putting the plant in a spot that has drafts.
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Calathea Beauty Star - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Beauty Star

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours.
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Calathea Compact Star - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Compact Star

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours.
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Calathea Roseopicta Dottie - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Dottie

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Fasciata Borrusica - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Fasciata Borrusica

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Freddie - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Freddie

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Fusion White - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Fusion White

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Lancifolia Rattlesnake - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Lancifolia Rattlesnake

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Leopardina - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Leopardina

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Little Princess - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Little Princess

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. 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no prolonged afternoon sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Majestica White Star - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Majestica White Star

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Makoyana Peacock - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Makoyana Peacock

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Marion - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Marion

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Maui Queen - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Maui Queen

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Medallion - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Medallion

Sun: Indirect
They should not be in a position to the see the sun directly, as it is too intense for them. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is fine 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 soil is dry to the touch. That usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It may vary depending on the time of year, your environment and lighting conditions, but it's always safer to give the soil a check before you water again.
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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light, watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Musaica aka Calathea Network - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Network

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Orbifolia - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Orbifolia

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Ornata Pinstripe - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Ornata Pinstripe

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Rosea Picta - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Rosea Picta

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Roseopicta Cora - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Roseopicta Cora

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Roseopicta Corona - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Roseopicta Corona

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Rosy - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Rosy

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Rufibarba Velvet - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Rufibarba Velvet

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Vittata - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Vittata

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Warscewiczii - Jungle Velvet - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Warscewiczii

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calathea Zebrina - Toronto House Plant Delivery - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calathea Zebrina

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, 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
Although Calathea's are known as the divas of the plant world, once they are in the right environment, the payoff is phenomenal. No two leaves are alike and the colours that occur through all the varieties in the family are bold and beautiful. Keep in a highly humid environment with lots of bright, indirect light (no direct sun), watering only with distilled or rain water. Once this is achieved, you will sit and stare at your new plant for hours!
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Calla Lily - Zantedeschia Aethiopica  - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Calla Lily

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
Like other flowering plants, the Calla Lily will go through blooming cycles – a few months with flowers, a few months without. When the current blooming cycle ends, cut the dead leaves and let the plant go dormant for about two months. After that time, place it in bright light and water normally to revive it. This will restart the bloom cycle. If you don’t mind your Calla Lily not reblooming, continue with regular care and enjoy its leafy green foliage year-round!
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Cardboard Palm - Zamia furfuracea - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Cardboard 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
They will do well in medium light but will grow faster with brighter light. A good medium-light place in your home would be in the middle of a room that has a regular size 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
Prune off dead leaves as they occur and fertilize with a slow release palm food or a diluted household plant food once monthly during the growing season. These are very slow growers and also quite toxic to humans and animals.
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Caribbean Tree Cactus - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Caribbean Tree 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. 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
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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Cast Iron Milky Way plant - Aspidistra Elatior -  House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Cast Iron Milky Way

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: Low
They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.
Water: When mostly dry - Foliage
They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 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. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Water more often in the warmer months.
Humidity: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
They are a slow grower, especially in lower light conditions, but they are one of the hardiest plants out there. Their foliage is simple, but elegant, and they are a great addition to any home. Avoid putting them in harsh, direct sun.
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Cast Iron plant - Aspidistra Elatior -  House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Cast Iron Plant

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: Low
They will do well in low light, but will grow faster with brighter light. A low light plant can pretty much survive anyplace inside your home as long as you have a window in the room. Remember, low light does not mean no light and plants will grow based on how much light they receive.
Water: When mostly dry
They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 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. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Water more often in the warmer months.
Humidity: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
They are a slow grower, especially in lower light conditions, but they are one of the hardiest plants out there. Their foliage is simple, but elegant, and they are a great addition to any home. Avoid putting them in harsh, direct sun.
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Cat Palm - Chamaedorea Cataractarum - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Cat Palm

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 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
Cat Palms don’t need repotting very often, on average it is only required once every three years.
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Cebu Blue Pothos - Epipremnum Pinnatum - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Cebu Blue Pothos

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 mostly dry
They like the soil to be relatively dry before the next watering. That usually takes about 2 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. droopy, floppy, or soft leaves). Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
Humidity: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
Even though they can tolerate lower light, if you want full, lush foliage, it would be better to keep your plant in a location with medium to bright, indirect light - your plant would greatly benefit from some morning sunlight. Feel free to trim your Pothos regularly as this encourages the plant to develop more side-shoots and reduces the demand for the plant to develop a larger root system while confined. Their cuttings propagate very easily in water.
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Chinese Evergreen BJ Freeman - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen BJ Freeman

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Chocolate - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Chocolate

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Aglaonema Etta Rose - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Etta Rose

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Aglaonema Golden Madonna - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Golden Madonna

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Aglaonema Indo Princess - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Indo Princess

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Jubilee - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Jubilee

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Juliette - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Juliette

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Maria - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Maria

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
Learn MoreView Chinese Evergreen Maria
Chinese Evergreen Osaka White - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Osaka White

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
Learn MoreView Chinese Evergreen Osaka White
Chinese Evergreen Aglaonema Pink Dalmatian - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Pink Dalmatian

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
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Chinese Evergreen Pink Moon - House Plants Delivery Toronto - JOMO Studio

How to care for Chinese Evergreen Pink Moon

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 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: Any
They can live in any average home humidity condition and are fairly hardy.
Care Tips
If you mist it daily, or keep a humidifier around your plant, it will really help the health of the leaves. Or let it steam in the bathroom once in a while as you relax!
Learn MoreView Chinese Evergreen Pink Moon