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Your cat palm makes a great indoor houseplant and also consider it for outdoor during the summer.
It requires bright light, moderate to high humidity, and evenly moist soil with occasional feedings.
Specially formulated for exotic tropical palms, such as Majesty palms, dracaena, canna, hibiscus, fern, banana, etc.
For dark green, denser foliage.
With iron and magnesium.
Your Sannsevieria Laurentii can withstand full sun and handle low light but they do best in indirect sunlight.
They do not require much water
Your Ficus Lyrata needs bright, filtered Light.
Water when the top soil becomes slightly dry and reduce watering in the winter.
Copper red maturing to deep green, slow growth rate, 1-2 feet tall x 1.5 feet wide, groundcover, partial to full shade, acidic. Zone 5
Silver white light green, red burgundy fall foliage, moderate growth rate, 2-3 feet tall x 1-1.5 feet wide, partial to full shade. Zone 4
Your aloe should be in a bright, sunny place. Otherwise, it will go dormant and stop growing. You should water the plant heavily about once every two weeks.
To ensure that you’re not overwatering your plant, allow the top third of potting soil to dry out between watering’s.
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