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We have all the available date and time on each workshop page. If you can't find it, it's probably not available or sold out. Please find the next available date and time that works for you.
If purchased within 30 days of an event, a refund is available within 48 hours of booking and 24 hours before the workshop start time. Thereafter, an alternative date may be selected.
Yes, you can reschedule your workshop 24 hours before the workshop start.
They usually will be ready in about 1 - 2 week. We will send you an email to the email address used in the booking. You can come to pick it up anytime after that.
Yes, you can. Just follow this link to complete the shipping payment.
Currently we deliver to anywhere within City of Toronto with a Northern border of HWY7. View our delivery zone.
Most orders will be delivered within 2-3 days(exclude Monday).
You'll receive an email/text once we schedule your delivery.
You'll receive a live tracking link when we are on our way to deliver your plants.
You'll get a text when we have arrived at your home.
For all the plants bought from our store or through the workshop, they come with lifetime support. Which means at any point if you have questions about your plant or just not sure if your plant is doing something good or bad, we will be able to help you identify the problem, answer your question, and potentially save the plant. Please feel free to reach us at Instagram @jomostudio or email us at [email protected]. The life time support ends if the plant is not alive anymore, and the support does not include replacement of dead plants.
In general, succulents love as much sun as possible. So place them by the window that get a lot of suns. If you were told when you made the purchase, it's a low light succulents, you can pretty much anywhere you want.
A general thumb of rule is watering them every two weeks. However, at any time if you see the leaves are winkle and akadama rocks on top is dry(in light brown color), water them accordingly and reset the two weeks schedule.
Just like all living organic things, plants and soils attract bugs.
If you spy any webs, bumps or spots on your plants, it’s possible that your houseplant is putting up with some unwelcome visitors. Move your plant away from any others to prevent them from spreading to the rest of your plant gang and wipe the leaves to get rid of the bugs - they won’t harm you! You can use an insecticidal spray to stop them from coming back.
You may also spot mould on your plant’s soil, or even fully grown mushrooms. The white mould that develops is usually harmless, but probably a sign that your plant is being overwatered or not draining properly. Scrape the mould off and make sure your plant’s soil gets a chance to dry out between waterings.
Mushrooms also pop up due to moist conditions - it’s best to remove them and replace the top few inches of soil if you’ve got any potting compost. Also, as tempting as the mushrooms might look, do not eat them. They won’t hurt you if you touch them and they won’t contaminate the air, but they’re not good for you, your little ones or your pets to eat.