PICK A PLANT
Floridea pockets can hold almost all decorative plants and herbs. Each pocket can hold up to two small plants. The diameter of the original pot holding the plant should be 10 - 15 cm.
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Carefully lift the plant and its soil from the pot. Gently squeeze the roots into an elongated shape. Before inserting the plant, place some soil into the pocket.
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CHOOSE YOUR AREA
Choose an indoor or outdoor wall that best suits the plant needs for light and warmth. Keep in mind the temperature, humidity and draft throughout the year.
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Choose quality soil that meets the needs of the selected plants. Universal soils tend to be appropriate for many different types of plants and herbs.
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You can secure the pocket to the wall with nails or screws. Standalone Floridea pockets and vertical systems require two points to sequre, while horizontal systems require four.
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When watering the plants, be careful about specific needs during different seasons. Water the plants towards the back inner wall. This allows the water to trickle down the fleece towards the bottom canal.
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