False Shamrock

False Shamrock
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How to care for False Shamrock

  • Light: Part sun, part shade

    Place in a window with dappled sun or a spot in the middle of a room. Or directly in a window facing west or east.

  • Watering need: Medium demand

    This plant is somewhat drought-tolerant, so no need to stress too much about it drying up. Make sure to feel the soil before watering: the top layer (about 2 inches) should be dry before giving this plant more water.

  • Fertilizing need: Medium demand

    Plants can't only survive on water, they need nutrients too. To keep your plant nice and thriving, it’s important that you add fertilizer every now and then. You can find more info below how to best fertilize this plants.

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The Best Way to Water Your False Shamrock

The False Shamrock are quite thirsty plants but can handle some drought, so it's perfectly fine for them to dry out a little between waterings. If they dry out too much they will tell you immediately!

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How to Fertilize Your Plant

Most plants require fertilizing every now and then to ensure that they get the right nutrients in order to stay happy and healthy.

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How to Repot Your Plant

Most plants require repotting every now and then in order to stay happy and healthy. However, repotting can be stressful to plants, so it's important to do it carefully and not too often.

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How to Mist Your Plant

Misting instructions

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Overwintering Your Plant Cool And Dark

Deciduous plants drop their foliage at the end of the growing season as the days get shorter and the temperature drop. This means they don’t need much light throughout the winter months as long as they’re placed in cooler temperatures during their winter dormancy.

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