Due to the fact we send our plants bare root -- their rootball & leftover soil folded in a damp paper towel, wrapped in Saran Wrap, & foliage enveloped in newsprint -- there are a few critical measures one must take before & upon reception of their new plant baby.
While we provide a number of different types of plants, there are a few fundamental steps to take regardless of the variety of plant you are receiving.
Initially, when you plant your succulents in their container, drench the soil using a watering can or pitcher. Continue to dispense water until you notice it trickling out of the drainage hole. It’s important to make sure water drains properly and isn’t stagnant in container (if it is, make the necessary adjustments). Check on soil daily to see if it has dried out. Eventually, you will notice the soil is free from any moisture. When this occurs, it’s time to give your parched succulents a drink, and start the process over again!
Curious about why you should add Asiatic Jasmine to your collection or plant them in your landscape & container garden? Check out this article that details the different types we sell, a summary of the plant, how to grow, propagation, maintenance, & the pests & diseases you should look out for.