With over ten years of experience working at plant nurseries and with varying plants, I will keep your plants thriving. As the owner of Beyond the Flower Pot, LLC, and a nurturing Plant Mom, place your trust in me and let me care for your plants so that you relish in your plant's majestic, calming beauty.
I can weekly maintain plants by watering them, feeding them, and providing particularized care to plants based on the season, the specific plant, and other environmental factors. I can help you find a suitable plant for your indoor space based on your specific requests, like appearance, level of upkeep, etc.
I think beyond the flower pot. I pride myself on cultivating something unique for each flower pot . I can do a whimsical, dramatic, or traditional creation to fit your aesthetic. A pot next to a front door can showcase your personality to guests.
If you want healthy plants after the New Year, you must prepare your garrden for the winter. Plant maintenance in the winter involves dividing plants, planting bulbs, and even watering plants, if there has been no moisture or rain and the ground isn’t frozen.
Your plant may have brown tips because plant likely lacks moisture, and, thus, is stressed. During winter months, when people people need the heat cranked up to be comfortable, plants suffer from a lack of humidity in the air. Humidity is important for a plant’s health.
Run a humidifier
once a week.
Mist the plants’
leaves with a spray bottle.
Place a small dish
of pebbles with water alongside them.
All plants need natural light. Without light, plants will only live a short time. If a plant is not getting enough light, it will likely only have sparse foliage. Plants receive nutrients from the sun through photosynthesis; light is a life source for plants. Through photosynthesis, plants provide food to their leaves. You should not put plants in a windowless room as it will cause the plant to starve to death.