Cape Neddick Blend™

Indoor Houseplant Mix

Indoor Houseplant Mix

For a variety of indoor and tropical plants and flowers

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Cape Neddick Blend™

Indoor Houseplant Mix

Indoor Houseplant Mix

For a variety of indoor and tropical plants and flowers

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Cape Neddick Blend Organic & Natural Indoor Houseplant Mix is specially formulated for indoor houseplants and flowers using coarse coconut coir, perlite, and aged bark to optimize drainage and aeration for robust root development. Whether you are growing peace lilies, spider plants, philodendrons, monsteras, or other popular or exotic houseplants, this unique compost-free blend provides the optimum structure and benefits for nurturing strong, beautiful indoor plants and flowers.

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    Aged bark, sphagnum peat moss, perlite, and chunky coco fiber (coir).

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    1. Choose a clean pot or container that has drainage holes at the bottom. This will help prevent water from accumulating and reduce root rot.

    2. Fill the pot with our indoor houseplant mix, leaving some space at the top to accommodate the plant and watering.

    3. Gently remove the houseplant from its current container and loosen roots.

    4. Place the plant in the center of the pot, ensuring that it is positioned at the same level as it was in its previous container. Adjust the soil level if necessary.

    5. Fill the remaining space around the plant with more indoor houseplant mix, gently tamping it down with your fingers.

    6. Water the plant thoroughly, allowing water to seep through the drainage holes. Ensure that excess water is draining away and not sitting in the pot.

    7. Place the potted plant in an appropriate location, considering its light requirements and temperature preferences.

    Monitor the moisture level of the soil regularly and water as needed, ensuring that the soil remains moist but not waterlogged. Follow the specific care instructions for your houseplant regarding watering frequency, sunlight exposure, and any additional care needs.

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