Tips For Combining Two or More Plants

Plant Care

Have you ever combined two or more plants to create a stunning arrangement? Forย Teaching Tuesday, we discuss cohabiting houseplants!

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โ€ขWhen combining two houseplants into one pot, we recommend using plants that have similar watering, lighting and humidity needs.
โ€ข This combination is String of Turtles and String of Pearls, both have low water requirements, like bright indirect light and can handle lower humidity. Theyโ€™re both slow growing and creating a beautiful array of texture.
โ€ข We also recommend using a large enough pot with drainage. The size of the rootball and type of plants will dictate which size pot to use, but just make sure to go up at least a few inches wider so the plants can work to grow evenly.

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โ€ข Various Calatheas + Ficus Creeping Fig
โ€ข Alocasia Black Velvet + Polka-Dot Plant
โ€ข Sansevieria + Cactus Golden Barrel + Bunny Ears
โ€ข Philodendron Birkin + Philodendron Prince of Orange or McColleyโ€™s Finale
โ€ข String of Hearts + Peperomia Quito
โ€ข Different Pothos + Syngonium Pink

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