Water me weekly! Soak me in luke warm water for 15-45 minutes.  Allow me to dry out completely before returning to my home.  In dryer settings like the winter when heat is on, water more often.  Also if my home has a high humidity like a bathroom, less watering may be needed. 

Lighting: Indirect light is preferred artificial lighting is my friend.

Temperature: between 60-85 degrees.

General Orchid Care

Water me when media feels dry!

Lighting: Indirect light is preferred.

Temperature: between 60-85 degrees.

Most plants benefit from high humidity!  House plants in rooms with high use of water, bathrooms and kitchens.  Create a humidity tray, this can also be decorative giving a great look to your plants display. Fill a shallow tray with small stones or pebbles, choose a complimentary color to your decor, or natural stones. Keep water in the tray being sure water does not go above the level of the stones.  Set plants on the tray keeping in mind the water should not be touching the container.

My bloom is gone, now what? After initial bloom is dead, cut bloom stem off at the base of the plant. Fertilize every two weeks using Orchid Myst

Help me re-bloom! Move to a location that allows for night temperatures of 55 to 65 degrees.  The change in day and night temperature will help initiate blooming.  Once buds appear I can be moved back to my regular location and treated like I was the first time I bloomed.

Succulent Care

Water me sparingly!  Once every two weeks lightly moisten my soil, let me dry out between watering.

Lighting: Bright light for most of the day, loves sunlight.  (not getting enough if it starts to "stretch")

Cactus Care

Water me sparingly! Once a month lightly moisten my soil, let me dry out between watering.

Lighting: Direct, bright light is preferred!

Winter tips: Move me away from cold windowsills or I may get to chilly. 


Water Me Weekly! Water so the top to inches of soil are moist. Also keep my tank full, of water (“bowl” in the center of the plants, that naturally collects water in nature). Empty and refill my tank once a month for best results.

Lighting: Indirect light is preferred!

Temperature: between 60-85 degrees.

I enjoy high humidity!   

Bonzai Trees

Water me when media feels dry! Never let me sit in water so be sure to dump access water from containers without a drainage hole.

Lighting: Morning sun and afternoon shade is preferred by most species.

Temperature: between 60-85 degrees.

Most species benefit from high humidity!

Seasonal changes affect me! See tips below for what I need throughout the year!

Spring is the time regrowth begins.  

Continue to water as directed above, understanding that frequency of watering will increase.

Summer is the time most growth will occur.

Continue to water as directed above, understanding that frequency of watering will increase. Fertilizer is very important as the plant preps to store energy for the winter months.

Fall is the time growth begins to slow.

Continue to water as directed above, understanding that frequency of watering will decrease.

The best time for trimming and re-potting is now!

Winter is a time for dormancy.

Continue to water as directed above, understanding that during dormancy plants will need less frequent watering. 

Avoid trimming plants

 The art of bonsai includes pruning! Learning the art takes lots of practice, and research on styles. General pruning tips are included here…

Use a small pruning tool

Each point of pruning will stimulate new growth

Use brass wire to shape and support any branches as needed


This plant appreciates a warm humid environment, and a moderate amount of water and light (medium or bright indirect light). They can really survive in most types of light which is why they are such a great house plant.  

Likes soil that is lightly moist but they are sensitive to over-watering, so don’t let your philodendron sit in soggy soil!  Let dry out before watering usually about once a week. 


Sansevierias do best in moderate to bright indirect light. However, they will do fine in low light areas and can also withstand full sun. This makes them a great plant for offices or tricky locations with low light. 

 Sansevieria does not need much water.  They are very similar in care to succulents. Overwatering can cause the plant to rot. Keep the leaves dry when watering and allow the soil to dry in between watering.