Baby Plant - African Violet Calypso Beat Folia House
Baby Plant - African Violet Calypso Beat Folia House

Baby Plant - African Violet Calypso Beat

$6.50
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Product Size
Pot diameter - 7cm
Plant care
Position
Provide appropriate lighting for the African violet plant. Light intensity should be filtered, with bright to medium intensity reaching the growing African violet.
Watering
Never let growing African violets stand in water or completely dry out. Allow the plant to slightly dry out between watering.

Feeding
Fertilize African violet plants with special African violet food or a food with a higher phosphorus number. Fertilizer can be mixed at one-quarter strength and used at every watering. Reduced flowering and paler leaf color indicate that growing African violets are not getting enough fertilizer

Repotting
Repot into potting mix/ well drained soil in growing seasons when the plant has outgrown the pot, try to keep it compact
Pet-friendliness
Non-toxics to pets
Shipping
Within 50km from Melbourne CBD
Position
Provide appropriate lighting for the African violet plant. Light intensity should be filtered, with bright to medium intensity reaching the growing African violet.
Watering
Never let growing African violets stand in water or completely dry out. Allow the plant to slightly dry out between watering.

Feeding
Fertilize African violet plants with special African violet food or a food with a higher phosphorus number. Fertilizer can be mixed at one-quarter strength and used at every watering. Reduced flowering and paler leaf color indicate that growing African violets are not getting enough fertilizer

Repotting
Repot into potting mix/ well drained soil in growing seasons when the plant has outgrown the pot, try to keep it compact
Pet-friendliness
Non-toxics to pets
Shipping

Please call 0421 568 298 

or 

Email: support@foliahouse.com.au

Pot diameter - 7cm
Plant care

Position
Provide appropriate lighting for the African violet plant. Light intensity should be filtered, with bright to medium intensity reaching the growing African violet.
Watering
Never let growing African violets stand in water or completely dry out. Allow the plant to slightly dry out between watering.

Feeding
Fertilize African violet plants with special African violet food or a food with a higher phosphorus number. Fertilizer can be mixed at one-quarter strength and used at every watering. Reduced flowering and paler leaf color indicate that growing African violets are not getting enough fertilizer

Repotting
Repot into potting mix/ well drained soil in growing seasons when the plant has outgrown the pot, try to keep it compact
Pet-friendliness
Non-toxics to pets
Shipping

Within 50km from Melbourne CBD

Questions?

Please call 0421 568 298 

or 

Email: support@foliahouse.com.au