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Pack of 6 Indoor Starters Plants ' Combo Pack '

Pack of 6 Indoor Starters Plants ' Combo Pack '

Regular price Rs. 2,549.00
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Best air purifier plants.
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Best decorative plant.

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Indoor Starters Plants ' Combo Pack '

Indoor plants are plants that are grown and kept indoors in homes, offices, or other indoor spaces. These plants not only add a touch of greenery to the indoor environment but also have numerous health benefits. They purify the air by removing harmful toxins, increase humidity levels, and reduce stress levels.

There are many different types of indoor plants, each with its own unique characteristics and care requirements. Some popular indoor plants include the zz green, Neon pothos, Birkin plant, Chocolate dracaena, Jade green and Parlour palm  . These plants are known for their easy care, ability to tolerate low light conditions, and ability to improve indoor air quality.

Taking care of indoor plants requires a little bit of effort but it's a rewarding experience that can improve your indoor environment and enhance your well-being.

ZZ Plant Green X1

Neon Pothos Plant X1

Philodendron Birkin Plant X1

Dracaena Sanderiana Aurea Plant X1

Green Crassula Ovata (jade) X1

Parlour Palm Plant X1


  1. Light: Choose plants that are appropriate for the lighting conditions in your home or office. Most indoor plants thrive in bright, indirect light, but some can tolerate lower light conditions. Place your plants near windows or under artificial lighting to ensure they get the light they need.
  2. Water: Water your plants when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. Use a watering can or spray bottle to water gently, and make sure excess water can drain out of the bottom of the pot.
  3. Soil: Use a well-draining potting soil to allow for proper drainage and airflow. You can purchase pre-mixed potting soil or make your own using a mix of compost, sand, and peat moss.
  4. Fertilizer: Use a balanced fertilizer once a month during the growing season.
  5. Transplanting: When transplanting your plant, gently loosen the roots and remove any dead or damaged foliage. Place the plant in the new pot and fill in the gaps with fresh potting soil.
  6. Pest control: Check your plants regularly for pests and remove them by hand or use a natural pest control method.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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