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Turtle Vine Care

Callisia Repens Light: Turtle Vine likes bright, indirect light and you should avoid direct sun, especially in the summer. A North or East facing windowsill is ideal. Water:  Water when the top one to two inches of soil is dry; about once every two weeks in the summer and once every three weeks in the winter Temperature: Prefers temperatures between…

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Sago Palm Care

Cycas revoluta Light: Sago Palms prefers bright indirect light to direct sunlight. Choose a south- or west-facing window. Water:  Let the soil surface dry out in between waterings. Water thoroughly, allowing it to soak into the soil until it drips out of the drainage hole. Remove excess water that collects in the saucer. Sago palms are sensitive to overwatering and…

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African Violet Care

African violets will thrive in bright, warm and humid conditions.  Remove dead flowers and leaves as soon as you see them to encourage a healthier plant.  Light: Bright, but not direct sunlight. They are commonly grown under fluorescent lights placed 12 to 15 inches above the leaves. Water:  African violet plants are picky about water, so take extra care of…

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Lipstick Plant Care

Aeschynanthus   Light: These plants can handle medium to bright indirect light. Medium indirect light is enough to support the plant, but it is not always enough to encourage blooming. If you want to promote flowers, then this houseplant requires plenty of bright indirect light. If you place your Lipstick Plant outdoors in the warmer months, make sure to place…

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