Plants Options

Plants Options

Catapult Nature works with qualified landscapers to ensure that we source the best plants for your planters. Below find a list of plants that you can use with the planters
NB: 1 litre of LECHUZA PON contains 3g slow-release 15-9-9+3 NPK fertiliser, coated, contains magnesium and trace nutrients effective for 6-12 months. At the end of this period fertilize the plants as usual using commercial liquid fertilizer in the water.

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    Clerodendrum thomsoniae/ Bleeding heart vine/ Glory boomer

    Light: Partially shaded site with some direct morning or late afternoon sunshine with minimum temperatures of 7 degrees C. Water: Water your clerodendrum generously in the summer months and do not allow it to dry out. Reduce watering during cooler spells Fertilizer: Plant in well fertilized soil.
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    Kalanchoe thrysiflora

    Light: This plant grows best in bright light. It will even enjoy some direct sun. Sunlight brings out the red colour on the leaves edges. Soil: The plant is easy to grow in average room conditions, tolerating the dry air of heated homes well. It however doesn't like is soggy soil, so plant in fast draining soil. Care: Do not wet the leaves as this will lead to rot.
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    Cordyline fruticosa

    Soil: Rich, organic soil that doesn't dry out too much. Light: Good light will enhance colors. Situate indoor containers in an area that receives bright, indirect light. Fertilizer: Grow the Cordyline fruticosa in a draining container that is one time larger than its root ball. Fill the container with a well-drained potting mix amended with a slow-release fertilizer. Follow package instructions concerning fertilizer amounts. Water: Water the container regularly to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Water until it runs from the container's bottom drain holes. Humidity: Fill a plastic spray bottle with water and mist indoor-grown Cordyline fruticosa plants weekly to create humidity.
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    Ficus benjamini/ Weeping fig tree

    Water: Plant in well draining soil: the plant should not be over-watered. These trees, like many indoor plants, benefit from a good ‘flushing' of the salts out of the soil one to two times a year. To do this, take the tree outside (when it's warm) in a shady spot and flood the soil with water several times to leach out the accumulated salts. Light: Keep plants in as high a light situation as possible without being in too much direct sunlight. Temperature: Ideal temperatures have been list between 75F- 85F during the day (24C-26C) and 10F-15F cooler at night (60F-70F, or 18C-21C). Care: High humidity is good for the overall health of this plant. Cleaning the leaves frequently by gently wiping off the dust is also recommended. This not only makes the plant look better (glossier) but also keeps the leaves ‘breathing' well.
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    Howeia Forsteriana

    Light: Find an area that receives indirect light through a window; it does not necessarily need to be an extremely bright spot. Water: Water only when the top inch of soil starts to dry out. Over watering can lead to root rot if the soil mix does not drain fast enough. Fertilizer: Excessive fertilization may cause the tips of lower leaves to turn brown and die. Browning of leaves can also be caused by dry air and/or lack of water.
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    Calathea

    Light: Light shade or dappled light indoors. Do not expose to direct, noon sun as it will fade the leaf colors. Water: High humidity. Keep soil continuously moist throughout spring and summer, and reduce watering in the winter. Temperature: Prefers warm and humid conditions. Keep above 60ºF if possible. Soil: A well-drained potting mix. Fertilizer: Feed regularly with liquid fertilizer throughout growing season.
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    Aspidistria elatior – Cast Iron plant

    Light: Cast iron plant grows well in low light indoors. Water: It can flourish without regular watering thus the term cast iron plant. However water when the soil top two inches are dry. Fertilizer: Ensure you fertilize at least once annually with all purpose fertilizer.
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    Chamaedorea palm

    Light: A light position but will also handle some shade. Temp: Average warmth will need misting if its really hot. Water: Quite regularly in the growing season and rarely over the winter months. Feeding: A liquid feed every month or so. Tip: Brown tips on the leaves mean the humidity needs to be raised, give it a misting.
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    Alocasia Alocasia ‘Poly’

    Soil: Use well draining soil. Water: Water until soil is moist. Do not water again until top of soil is dry to touch. Water frequently (once a week) when plant is actively growing. Light: Lighting: place the plant in filtered sunlight. Prolonged direct sunlight will burn the leaves. Temperature: Temperatures below 15 degrees will make the plant dormant.
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    Dracaena ‘Lemon Lime’

    Temperature: Keep in a warm room preferably where the dracaena can get consistent direct sunlight. Water: Water only when the top inch of the soil is dry to avoid over watering as it may lead to root rot. Fertilizer: Use soluble/liquid fertilizer especially when growing( sprouting new foliage)
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    Vriesea splendens – Anthurium

    Soil: Grow in media (soil/ soil substrate) that is coarse and well drained. Water: Water thoroughly and allowed to dry slightly before watering again. Over watering will lead to root decay. Light: Anthuriums will take about as much light as you can provide them with-but not direct sunlight. Thus place in a location where they receive filtered sunlight. Temperature: Anthuriums grow best with day temperatures of 25- 32 C, and night temperatures of 20 to 23 C. Higher temperatures may burn the leaves and fade flower color.
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    Spathiphyllum ‘Sensation’ – Peace lily

    Light: Place peace lilies away from direct sunlight as strong sun rays may damage the leaves Water: Give the plant adequate watering, ensuring it is enough to dampen the soil but not to water-log it. Temperature: Peace lilies are used to high humidity, therefore mist the leaves at least once a week.
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