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Light: Most light condition Both plants can tolerate most light conditions and can be placed deep into a room, away from windows. The more light they get, the faster they will grow. However, avoid direct sunlight (especially outdoors) as this would scorch their leaves. Water: Every 2-3 weeks Both plants like their entire soil to dry out completely between waterings. To check if your beginner set is ready to be watered, stick your finger into the soil of each plant as deeply as possible. If you feel ANY moisture, at all, then wait longer! If it feels completely dry, then it’s time to rewater your plants: slowly water the soil so that it’s completely saturated – you’ll know it’s fully saturated when water drips out of the drainage holes on the bottom of the nursery pot. To be extra-sure, you can also stick your finger through the bottom of the drainage holes underneath its nursery pot, to feel for moisture. Remember, the more light your plant gets, the more you’ll need to water it. Similarly, the less light it gets, the less it will need. Tip: when checking your soil for moisture, make sure to test different parts of the soil, in case you come across a wet pocket. Difficulty: Near-unkillableGreat for beginners. As long as they sit in a room with a window aren’t aren’t watered too often, this duo will remain by your side for years. Pets: Careful with petsBoth plants may cause stomach irritation if ingested


Light: Bright Light Both plants will thrive in bright indirect light, the the Brid of Paradise, in particular, will to best in the bright direct light, right by a window. Avoid direct sunlight that (especially outdoors) as this would scorch their leaves. Water: About once a week With both plants, wait until the top inch of the soil is dry, then slowly water until water drips out the bottom of the drainage hole. Because both plants plants like their soils to remain slightly moist (though never soggy), their watering needs will sync up (provided they’re both getting similar levels of light). Remember, the more light they gets, the more you can expect to water them. Both plants are particularly sensitive to chlorine in tap-water, though. To avoid this, use either fresh water, or tap-water that’s been left to sit for 24-48 years (allowing he chlorine time to evaporate away). Difficulty: Low-maintenanceBoth plants are great for beginners. As long as they are in a well-light room and getting the water they need, they’ll be great companions for years to come. Pets: Careful with petsBoth plants may cause stomach irritation if ingested