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LUCKY BAMBOO:

Likes bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight can burn its leaves . Water only when the top of the soil feels dry. Keep the soil moderately moist - but don't allow it to go too soggy or too dry. 16-24°C

Likes a moist environment, so mist the leaves regularly

Toxic to pets and children

ASPARAGUS FERN:

Bright, indirect sunlight. Keep well-watered, but do not allow to stand in water.Temperature: Normal warm household temperatures. Humidity: Mist to improve humidity when grown indoors. Feed: Feed with a weak solution during the growing season.

LEOPARD LILY:

Can tolerate almost any light conditions except direct sunlight as this will burn the leaves. Ideally needs bright, indirect sunlight. Turn the plant over time for even growth.

Keep the soil slightly moist at all times about every 7-10 days. It can tolerate a slight amount of drying but no more than the top inch.

Thrives around 23 degrees. Too high of temperatures can make the plant sick. Loves humidity so mist the leaves in the morning.

FITTONIA 'Mosaic Plant'

This plant grows best with even temperatures around 21°C. It doesn't like dry air, drafts, or direct sun, any of which may cause its leaves to shrivel or fall off.

This tropical beauty loves to be misted. Give it a fine spray of tepid water every morning to provide the moist air it craves. Or place the pot on a tray of wet pebbles to raise the humidity around it.

CREEPING FIG:

Likes bright, indirect light. The soil should be kept moist but not overly wet. If the top of the soil is dry, it needs to be watered. You will want to fertilize your creeping fig in the spring and summer about once a month.

Creeping fig is fast-growing and needs some help from you to shape it or train it. Prune off new stems regularly to encourage branching and to shape them as they grow. Pruning up to one-third in spring will keep the plant compact.

Repot in spring. This creeping ficus houseplant prefers to be slightly pot-bound. Repot every 3 years, moving to a pot 1 size larger or keep it in the same pot and just give it fresh potting mix.

Pink Leaf Hypoestes:

The plant will give you the best color when it is in a low light situation, but this causes the canes to lengthen and get leggy while searching for light. Indirect bright sunlight is the ideal location for this plant indoors. Provide temperatures of at least 16 C.

Prefers constantly moist but not soggy soil. It also likes it quite humid so misting occasionally will help you get the most out of your Hypoestes.