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Maintenance of the plants in jars:

 

 

 

- Avoid large temperature differences. Ideally the plant develops perfectly at a temperature between 18 ° and 26 ° C (without sudden change of temperature).

- Direct contact with the sun should be avoided. Ideally, it will please a few meters from a window while enjoying the full light

- Open the jar every 4 to 5 weeks for 12 to 24 hours.

- When opening the jar, gently touch the substrate and moisten it slightly if it is too dry.

 

What to do if "weird things" happen:

- A leaf begins to brown or blacken: open the jar and cut the sick leaf with scissors (very) clean; remove the sheet from the jar and check if the substrate is not too wet or dry. If it is too wet, leave the jar open as long as it dries. If it is too dry, moisten slightly.

- The walls of the jar is permanently covered with condensation. Open the jar and air for 24 to 48 hours.

- A small ball of (often) white foam appears on the plant. Open the jar; cut the mousse and leave the jar open for 24 to 48 hours.

- The jar has been shaken for one reason or another and dirt or pieces of moss are stuck to the wall. Open the jar and rub the inside of the glass with a tissue or paper towel (very) clean; check the humidity of the substrate and close.

 

What to do if it's too late:

A terrarium is a living space. After a while (about 6 to 10 months) your plant will become too big for its environment. You can remove it and try to keep it as a houseplant.

If the plant dies and dies; open the jar only outside. A (very strong) smell of rotten will emerge. It will be necessary to throw the interior and clean the jar in depth. Personally, I rinse it and put it in the dishwasher. The jar will always be useful for a lot of things.

 

Maintenance of potted plants:

All our plants are non-edible houseplants.

They enjoy with an indoor temperature of 14 ° to 26 ° C

For watering, it is advisable to use non-chlorinated and non-calcareous water

(Rainwater at room temperature)

 

Pilea Peperomioides

 

Exposure: half shade to sunny (no direct sun exposure)

Watering: 1 to 2 times a week in growth (spring-summer). 2 times a week in summer when it's hot. During this period, add fertilizer once a month to water Reduce watering once a week in the fall and winter.

Avoid too frequent watering causing stagnant water.

Mist the leaves from time to time.

 

Sanseveria:

 

 

 

 

Exposure: lit without direct sunlight.

Watering: once a week; ideally wait for the soil to dry before watering.

Add fertilizer to the water once a month in spring and summer

Reduce watering by half in winter.

Remove dust from the leaves 2 to 3 times a year.

Repot at the latest every 3 years in a pot with a slightly larger diameter

Sanseveria is a depolluting plant.

 

Cactus and succulents:

 

 

Exhibition: bright light; as much as possible but without exposing them to direct sunlight.

Watering: cacti and succulents need a lot of water but not often.

Water copiously (once a month) but avoid water stagnating in the pot.

 

Tillandsia:

 

Exposure: bright without direct sun exposure

Watering: Mist 2 to 3 x per week and immerse in water (room temperature) for 30 minutes once a week in non-calcareous water.

Add green plant fertilizer once a month.

Do not expose to temperatures below 5 °; does not fear heat and can withstand a temperature of over 30 °

 

 

Alocasia:

Exposure: Bright without direct sun exposure

Watering: twice a week without stagnant water.

The clod must remain wet. Water once a week in winter.

Spray the leaves regularly and dust them a few times a year.

Remove the dead leaves.

Plant to be repotted every two years.