Three luscious green mini-plants. This set includes a mini Chinese Money, Ficus Audrey & Marble Queen Pothos with the option to buy with a random mix of perfectly-pairing pots or without! A perfect gift to grow together over a lifetime.
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Extra small size details:
• Nursery Pot Ø: 6cm
• Decorative Pot Ø: 8cm
• Approx plant height: 10-15cm
How to care
How to care
All three of these plants will thrive in bright, indirect light conditions but can tolerate shade. Avoid direct sunshine, as this will scorch leaves.
Water when the top 50% of the soil is dry for each one of these plants.
To maintain humidity, we recommend to spray them every week with room temperature water.
Sad Plant Signs
Marble Queen Pothos: Dry crispy leaves indicate your plant has been under-watered or had too much direct sunlight. Brown/Yellow leaves indicate over-watered. Chinese Money: Leaves drooping indicate under-watered. Leaves crisping/dry indicates that the air isn't humid enough. Scorched leaves indicate too much direct sunlight. Ficus: Limp, yellowing, or browning leaves indicates your plant has been under-watered. Pale, spotty leaves shows not enough light.
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A mini plant collection that will provide you with 3 different green shades, leaf shapes and textures. Easily watch these minis grow into mature plants in the years to come, with the Marble Queen Pothos ageing into a trailing plant, the ficus being a floor standing beauty when fully grown and the Chinese Money being most known for its multiplication of babies!
Mix & Match
Introduce a mixture of textures, colours, shapes, and heights to create eye-catching contrast in your plant collection.
The Marble Queen Pothos is native to French Polynesia and a species of flowering plant in the family Araceae. The Chinese Money Plant originates from the Himalayan region of China and is a species of flowering plant in the nettle family Urticaceae. Ficus Audrey is native to India and Pakistan and belongs to the family Moraceae. All three of these gorgeous green plants are durable and can tolerate shaded conditions.
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