Nephthytis - 20136

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Description

[ Height: 17" - 18" | Diameter: 11" - 12" ] Also called the Arrowhead Plant, Nephthytis performs best in bright, indirect sunlight but can tolerate low light conditions as well. Here it is planted in a white bowl with a matte finish. Check the soil for dampness once a week. If dry, add about a cup or two of water, keeping in mind that any excess will build up in the bottom and should be avoided. Avoid cold drafts for best results. Reliable, easy and fast plant delivery anywhere in NYC, 7 days a week, by PlantShed, your trusted Manhattan florist.

How to care for your plants

  • Your plant’s pot should have holes in the bottom so it is able to drain water easily.

  • If reusing a pot that had other plants in it, it is recommended you wash the pot, killing any mould or bacteria.

  • Do not over water your plant as the roots will rot.

  • Most plants need to be kept by a good source of natural light.

  • You should fertilise your plant every two months. You can use all purpose fertiliser.

  • Any dead or fallen leaves should be removed to prevent bacteria and mould. Dead branches should also be removed.

Nephthytis - 20136

by Plantshed

[[ productPrice|currency("USD") ]]

This product isn't avaliable in your country, click to view products that are.

Description

[ Height: 17" - 18" | Diameter: 11" - 12" ]
Also called the Arrowhead Plant, Nephthytis performs best in bright, indirect sunlight but can tolerate low light conditions as well. Here it is planted in a white bowl with a matte finish. Check the soil for dampness once a week. If dry, add about a cup or two of water, keeping in mind that any excess will build up in the bottom and should be avoided. Avoid cold drafts for best results.

Reliable, easy and fast plant delivery anywhere in NYC, 7 days a week, by PlantShed, your trusted Manhattan florist.

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