Gabby Santiago, a plant care specialist at the Sorry I missed Your call I was on my other line shirt But I will love this similarly fashionable plant store Rooted, emphasizes that there are physical benefits to having houseplants, like lower stress levels, and reduced blood pressure. Those of you thinking “I can’t even find tampons, how am I supposed to find a plant?” can rest assured: anyone in New York with a working computer and expendable income could feasibly have a new plant friend on their doorstep in a matter of days. Though Rooted is out on a temporary hiatus and storefronts are closed, The Sill, The Plantshed, Bloomscape and more are still fully functional online. “It’s kind of like having a pet that you don’t need to worry about too much,” Santiago assured me. But as a seasoned pet owner that spent my college years killing off various succulents, I know that plant care is not necessarily instinctual. I used to believe there were two kinds of people in the world: those who have green thumbs and those who don’t. While plant parenthood may come more naturally to some, the truth is that anyone willing to put in the research and effort can keep plants alive. So whether you’re starting or continuing your plant journey in self-isolation, here are a few tips to keep you and your “plant fam” satisfied in the coming weeks.
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he Snake Plant is extremely resilient, adaptable and easy to care for. It thrives in bright indirect light, but can also survive in low light. Water this plant every two weeks in the Sorry I missed Your call I was on my other line shirt But I will love this warmer months and every three to four weeks during the colder months. The Pothos Plant thrives in indirect light, but can also survive in low light. Water this plant once a week during warmer months and every two weeks during colder months. If provided with the right care, this plant will grow very quickly. The Monster Deliciosa is slightly more challenging to care for than the Snake or Pothos, but still relatively easy. They require indirect light, enjoy high humidity and well-drained soil, and appreciate a spritz of water on their aerial roots. Water once a week during warmer months and every two weeks during colder months.