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POTTED INDOOR PLANTS

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POTTED INDOOR PLANTS

All over the world, you will find potted indoor plants. From homes to restaurants to office buildings, people love bringing nature indoors.
 
And for a good reason!
 
Potted indoor plants come with so many benefits. For example, they:
 

  • Improve air quality

  • Reduce stress

  • Boost creativity and productivity

  • Brighten a room

 
Kristy K Organics has the right stuff to help your potted plants live their best lives.

General Recipe

  • Trowel

  • Measuring device

  • Mixing container

  • Mix, stir, blend really well.

  • Then let it sit for a day or two. Patience always pays off in the end. 

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  • Gently loosen the plant from its container - don't tug

  • 'Wake up' the roots by gently shaking off excess dirt.

  • Place in new container so root ball is below the rim using new potting soil as a base.

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  • Fill around your plant with your mix

  • Gently pat it down to secure the plant and get rid of any air pockets.

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  • Water thoroughly, ensuring the roots are covered until 

  • Let it sit draining in a tub of water for 30 minutes

  • Then empty the saucer.

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Sprinkle 2 parts spent coffee grounds for a nitrogen boost. It’s recycling, loaded with micronutrients, and an eco-friendly way to dispose of your leftover brew.

Peace Lily

  • Trowel

  • Measuring device

  • Mixing container

  • 2 parts KKO Coconut Coir & Rice Hulls

  • 1 part KKO Aged Bark Fines

  • 1 part KKO Enriched Bark Mini Nuggets

  • 1 part Brut Worm Castings

  • 1 part sand

  • Mix, stir, blend really well.

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  • Gently loosen the plant from its container - don't tug

  • 'Wake up' the roots by gently shaking off excess dirt.

  • Place in new container so root ball is below the rim using new potting soil as a base.

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  • Fill around your plant with your mix

  • Gently pat it down to secure the plant and get rid of any air pockets.

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  • Water thoroughly, ensuring drainage of excess water.

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Generally, peace lilies will not ever require pots larger than about 10 inches (25.4 cm) in diameter.

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These ingedients ensure the soil can hold moisture well and drain enough to support the lily.

Prep the plant

Spider Plant

  • Trowel

  • Measuring device

  • Mixing container

  • Mix, stir, blend really well.

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  • Gently loosen the plant from its container - don't tug

  • 'Wake up' the roots by gently shaking off excess dirt.

  • Place in new container so root ball is below the rim using new potting soil as a base.

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  • Fill around your plant with your mix

  • Gently pat it down to secure the plant and get rid of any air pockets.

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  • Water thoroughly, ensuring drainage of excess water.

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Select a container that is no more than one-third larger than the root ball of the plant. These plants like to grow in pots. A free-draining planter is going to be the best planter for this fast-growing plant.

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Spider Plants are not as fussy to soil, so they can be planted in any good organic potting soil that ensures that they have good drainage. 

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