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Plants in water for everyone!

Ready for a new plant trend? Hydroponics involves placing the roots of your plants in water, rather than in potting soil. This Clusia's roots are resting in beautiful Samoa glass. The best thing about hydroponics is that you get to enjoy the stylish combination of plants and glass, and you get to watch the roots grow from all sides. The Clusia has oval green leaves that are green at first, and lignify over time. They then change to a brown colour. It comes out beautifully in the Samoa glass.
This combination hardly requires any maintenance. Also ideal for those of us who don't have 'green fingers'! Put the Clusia in a nice light, but away from direct sunlight. Rinse the roots about once a month and change the water in the glass. If the water isn't dirty, you can even leave it longer. If the water becomes cloudy before then, the glass can be rinsed and cleaned. The Samoa glass allows the roots of the plant to grow down into the water. The roots are clearly visible, creating a beautiful effect. The plant decides for itself when it takes in water, making underwatering and overwatering things of the past.

Extra tip: To prevent scaling in the vase, use spring water instead of tap water. Spring water is also full of minerals that help the plant to grow.

Clusia in Samoa glass - Hydrophonics

Clusia rosea 'Princess'

Regular price £15.99
Sale price £15.99 Regular price £15.99
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Regular price £15.99
Sale price £15.99 Regular price £15.99

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Clusia in Samoa glass - Hydrophonics

Regular price £15.99
Sale price £15.99 Regular price £15.99

Specifications

Green
Supplied as bare-rooted plant
Not edible
6 months growth and flowering guarantee
Location: Half shadow

Description

Plants in water for everyone!

Ready for a new plant trend? Hydroponics involves placing the roots of your plants in water, rather than in potting soil. This Clusia's roots are resting in beautiful Samoa glass. The best thing about hydroponics is that you get to enjoy the stylish combination of plants and glass, and you get to watch the roots grow from all sides. The Clusia has oval green leaves that are green at first, and lignify over time. They then change to a brown colour. It comes out beautifully in the Samoa glass.
This combination hardly requires any maintenance. Also ideal for those of us who don't have 'green fingers'! Put the Clusia in a nice light, but away from direct sunlight. Rinse the roots about once a month and change the water in the glass. If the water isn't dirty, you can even leave it longer. If the water becomes cloudy before then, the glass can be rinsed and cleaned. The Samoa glass allows the roots of the plant to grow down into the water. The roots are clearly visible, creating a beautiful effect. The plant decides for itself when it takes in water, making underwatering and overwatering things of the past.

Extra tip: To prevent scaling in the vase, use spring water instead of tap water. Spring water is also full of minerals that help the plant to grow.

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