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Should I keep this plant for myself or....

Posted by Karyl Agana on

It's been almost a full week and I'm looking at my stock of plants and I can't help it:

I want to keep some of them.

I succumb to justifying keeping plants, by telling myself that it's "recovering" from it's travel. 

Meanwhile, I've given it a home with the right amount of lighting.

I haven't decided to place other plants in recovery but I have Marble Queen Pothos looking at me.

I should've named this entry "Recovering plants" and other lies I keep telling myself.

 

Alright, we've been open 4 days. I'm slightly terrified of online marketing 😅 😬  because I don't want to feel overwhelmed.

Maybe, soon I'll be one of those sponsored ads you see when you scroll through Instagram.

Image: Philodendron Birkin, recovering from being repotted and too much sun. This fancy Philo likes diffused western / southern light. Water when soil is 80% dry

If you have any questions about your new plant babies, feel free to reach out. 

Via Instagram or email, let's chat!

 

We sent our first batch of Packages today!!!

woohoo!

I am not shipping plants by Canada Post, I am currently using Canpar to ship. 

Masks, will be Express post.

Ok! That's it for now.

Enjoy the sun!!!

Karyl 

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Next Week; 

"Let's talk dirt." a blog.

So, one of the things you will notice in the product description is the BRAND or TYPE of soil I use for the plants I sell.

These brands have served me well over the last 3 years and the information about each soil is accessible online. 

What soil you use is important and depends on what stage you are in your gardening.

I'm not sponsored, but I wouldn't mind if I was. 👋 👋 👋 

Soil: 

Happy Frog Soil 

https://foxfarm.com/product/happy-frog-potting-soil

Black Gold Soil

http://www.sungro.com/retail-products/black-gold/

... more next Thursday.