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#Frequently asked questions

Is Hortensia a plant or flower?
Hortensia, often known as Hydrangea, is a member of the Hydrangeaceae family of flowering plants. It is well-known for its big, colorful, and beautiful flowers, which can be fashioned like a ball or a cone. Hortensias are common ornamental plants that are utilized in gardens and floral arrangements.
How do I care for lupins?
Lupins favor full sun as opposed to partial shade and well-draining soil. Regularly water them, but avoid overwatering, since they dislike sitting in water.
How often should I water my succulents?
Succulents do not require frequent watering since their leaves and stems store water. Before watering, wait until the soil is dry, and avoid overwatering, as this might cause the roots to rot.
Do you offer delivery at your plant store?
Yes, we do offer delivery for all our plants. The cost and delivery time may vary depending on your location.
Is a Dahlia a plant or flower?
The family Asteraceae includes the blooming plant dahlia. It is a popular choice for gardens and floral arrangements because of its beautiful, brightly colored flowers that bloom in a variety of forms and sizes.
Are the peperomia plants for sale pet-friendly?
Yes, the peperomia plants for sale at us are safe for pets, as they are non-toxic.
How often should I fertilize my white anthurium plant?
Throughout the planting season (spring to summer), fertilize white anthurium plants every four to six weeks with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer.
Can an olive tree grow in cold climates?
The olive tree favors a warm, Mediterranean climate and may not thrive in extremely cold environments. They can, however, be cultivated in containers and kept indoors for the winter.
Can hortensia flowers change their color?
Yes, hortensia flowers can change color depending on the pH level of the soil. Acidic soil produces blue flowers, while alkaline soil produces pink flowers.
How do I care for Dendrobium nobile orchids?
Orchids of the species Dendrobium nobile prefer indirect, bright light and well-draining soil. Regularly water them, but allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Moreover, they prefer high humidity levels.