Green and Blooming Plants

  1. Most house plants including those planted together in dish gardens do best in moderately moist soil.
  2. The soil should be cool and moist, never soggy, one half inch below the surface. Some plants require different moisture levels so if in doubt check with your florist.
  3. Using water at room temperature water thoroughly all around the top of the soil until water begins to run out of the drain holes. If possible, after an hour, empty any excess water left in the saucer. Dish gardens and pots without drain holes should be watered sparingly in order to avoid overwatering.