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How do you take care of Kolibri Greens – green plants?

Looking for the best care for you green plants Van in Kolibri Company? Our Kolibri Greens are small, but extremely strong and will last even longer with the care tips from grower Rob. Learn more about the best location and watering to make your green plants shine.

Place for green plants

Green plants require a light position, where they are not in direct sunlight. Please note that our Kolibri Do not place greens in a window frame where the sun shines brightly on them, as this can burn the leaves. So take care of your green plants by placing them in a bright place in the house, for example on a side table, a wall shelf or on a TV furniture. Only the Succulent can stand well in sunlight and will not burn because of this. So you can place this in a window frame where the sun shines.

Watering green plants

After your green plant has been given a nice place in the house, it is time for the next step, which is watering. When caring for any green plant, it is important not to overwater. The number 1 cause of death for green plants is too much water. In summer, taking care of a green plant will require a little more, because warmer temperatures mean that plants use more water. In the following paragraphs we explained how much water you can give per species.

Tip: feel before you feel Kolibri Greens water indicates whether the soil is dry. Does the soil feel dry? Then it's time to water.

 

Our green Kolibri Taking care of greens plants

Caring for succulents

Succulents are green plants with a strong character and are known as succulents. They owe their strong character not only to the fact that they can stand in direct sunlight, they also need little water. Ideal when you are just starting to care for green plants and need to practice caring for them. Why a Succulent can go without water for a long time? They naturally have sap in them and store moisture in their roots, stems and leaves. Therefore, when caring for your green plant, do not give more than 50cc of water once every three weeks.

Taking care of Sansevieria

Like Succulents, a Sansevieria does not require much care and can easily survive several weeks without water. Only give a small splash of water of about 50cc when the soil feels dry. A tip from grower Rob if you think you've watered too much: push your knuckles into the potting soil three days after watering. Does the soil feel wet on the inside? Then you have watered too much and you can water a little less at the next watering.

Take care of Rhipsalis

A fun fact: the Rhipsalis grows just like an orchid as an epiphyte on trees in tropical areas. Taking care of this green plant does require a little more care than a Succulent. The Rhipsalis needs more water, but in small quantities. Give the Rhipsalis a little water once every two weeks. In terms of location, the Rhipsalis is best in partial shade.

Caring for Schefflera

Have you chosen a graceful, green plant that resembles a mini tree? Then you probably have the Schefflera mini tree in your home. You can also take care of this green plant by placing the plant in partial shade and watering about 50cc once a week. In the summer we recommend keeping the soil slightly moist, so that the Schefflera has enough water during the warmer days.

Grower Rob has now shared his tips with you and it's time to get started. Of course it is possible that you have questions or are not sure about the care. take it easy contact Contact us and we will gladly help you to enjoy your green plants for as long as possible.

 

Do you want to get inspiration to style them in addition to taking care of green plants? Then follow our social media channels:
Instagram: @kolibri_company_
Facebook: @KolibriCompany

 

How do you take care of Kolibri Greens – green plants?

Looking for the best care for you green plants Van in Kolibri Company? Our Kolibri Greens are small, but extremely strong and will last even longer with the care tips from grower Rob. Learn more about the best location and watering to make your green plants shine.

Place for green plants

Green plants require a light position, where they are not in direct sunlight. Please note that our Kolibri Do not place greens in a window frame where the sun shines brightly on them, as this can burn the leaves. So take care of your green plants by placing them in a bright place in the house, for example on a side table, a wall shelf or on a TV furniture. Only the Succulent can stand well in sunlight and will not burn because of this. So you can place this in a window frame where the sun shines.

Watering green plants

After your green plant has been given a nice place in the house, it is time for the next step, which is watering. When caring for any green plant, it is important not to overwater. The number 1 cause of death for green plants is too much water. In summer, taking care of a green plant will require a little more, because warmer temperatures mean that plants use more water. In the following paragraphs we explained how much water you can give per species.

Tip: feel before you feel Kolibri Greens water indicates whether the soil is dry. Does the soil feel dry? Then it's time to water.

 

Our green Kolibri Taking care of greens plants

Caring for succulents

Succulents are green plants with a strong character and are known as succulents. They owe their strong character not only to the fact that they can stand in direct sunlight, they also need little water. Ideal when you are just starting to care for green plants and need to practice caring for them. Why a Succulent can go without water for a long time? They naturally have sap in them and store moisture in their roots, stems and leaves. Therefore, when caring for your green plant, do not give more than 50cc of water once every three weeks.

Taking care of Sansevieria

Like Succulents, a Sansevieria does not require much care and can easily survive several weeks without water. Only give a small splash of water of about 50cc when the soil feels dry. A tip from grower Rob if you think you've watered too much: push your knuckles into the potting soil three days after watering. Does the soil feel wet on the inside? Then you have watered too much and you can water a little less at the next watering.

Take care of Rhipsalis

A fun fact: the Rhipsalis grows just like an orchid as an epiphyte on trees in tropical areas. Taking care of this green plant does require a little more care than a Succulent. The Rhipsalis needs more water, but in small quantities. Give the Rhipsalis a little water once every two weeks. In terms of location, the Rhipsalis is best in partial shade.

Caring for Schefflera

Have you chosen a graceful, green plant that resembles a mini tree? Then you probably have the Schefflera mini tree in your home. You can also take care of this green plant by placing the plant in partial shade and watering about 50cc once a week. In the summer we recommend keeping the soil slightly moist, so that the Schefflera has enough water during the warmer days.

Grower Rob has now shared his tips with you and it's time to get started. Of course it is possible that you have questions or are not sure about the care. take it easy contact Contact us and we will gladly help you to enjoy your green plants for as long as possible.

 

Do you want to get inspiration to style them in addition to taking care of green plants? Then follow our social media channels:
Instagram: @kolibri_company_
Facebook: @KolibriCompany

 

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