TFS Tips: Indoor Plants Part II

TFS Tips: Indoor Plants Part II

Nothing beats the pure delight of a new houseplant – especially this time of year! We picked up a few new plants for the TFS studio, to keep us going while we count down the days to spring.

Scroll on to meet them and bookmark this for easy care tips!



peperomia piccolo banda

Sun – bright, indirect light

Water – Soak infrequently, once the top inch or two of soil has dried out.

Food – monthly during the growing season



Japanese asplenium nidus fern

Sun – bright, indirect light

Water – Maintain consistent, lightly moist soil, being careful not to pool water inside the basin of the fern itself.

Food – Only use liquid fertilizer, at half strength, during the growing season.



adiantum raddianum

Sun – indirect sunlight and well-draining soil

Water – Mist soil and leaves and water frequently to ensure soil stays hydrated.

Food – no fertilizer needed



scindapsus pictus

Sun – bright, indirect light and warm temperatures

Water – Water thoroughly, allowing the top inch of soil to dry between waterings.

Food – Fertilize monthly during the growing season.



Sun – bright, indirect light

Water – Allow the soil to dry to the touch at the top and then water thoroughly, but much less during winter.

Food –
Fertilize during the growing season, every 2-4 weeks.

Potting 101

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