Large Christmas Planter
These instructions are sent with the plant gift
Looking after your Indoor Planter Your indoor planter is made up of plants that look good at this time of year– but not all the plants are hardy, so they are best inside rather than out in the frost and snow. Choose a cool windowsill, table, or porch and your planter will bring colour to the darkest days. It is best to keep your planter away from any radiators. Try to give your plants a good amount of natural light, next to a window is best, try to avoid putting them to far away from the window or in a dark corner.
The amount you need to water, will depend upon where you keep it. In a warm room you may need to water several times a week, but. In a porch you will need less. Try to keep the compost damp – not dry and not soggy.
If the leaves or flowers start to droop, water thoroughly immediately and they should soon recover.
It is a good idea to keep pinching out the flowers as they fade to encourage the young buds and to avoid mildew. Once all the flowering plants are over the foliage plants will continue to grow to fill the planter. If you like you can replace the flowering plants with fresh bedding plants in early summer to make a fresh seasonal display.