Myrtle Topiary

Myrtle Topiary Care Instructions

Keep this plant out of direct sunlight in the summer time. Part sun in winter is ok.
Filtered sunlight is ideal but will tolerate low levels.

Mild liquid fertilizer once every two to three weeks.

Water thoroughly. Keep soil moist at all times. Do not put above fire place or near heaters. The plant will dry out quickly.
Trim to maintain shape with sharp scissors.

Seen in many decorating magazines.
This topiary plant gives you instant home decor.
Product of CANADA

Jasmine Care Instructions

Full sun is required for this plant to produce lots of blooms. If grown in the shade, your plant will grow more darker leaves but fewer blooms.

Fertilize once a month during the growing season, starting in late spring through the fall. Jasmine plants like an 15-15-15 blooming fertilizer. Under cooler winter temperatures and lower light levels, stop feeding.

Jasmine is a indoor house plant, it needs temperatures above 60'F. It needs well drained soil. Water your plant on a regular basis to keep the soil moist, but do not allow standing water. After flowering has ceased, prune the plant to shape. Jasmine will bloom for about 9 months of the year, cut off spent flowers to help produce an abundance of blooms.

Rex Begonia Care Instructions

The rex begonia likes lots of light but not direct light.

As far as fertilizing begonias is concerned, the general rule is to go lightly. Most like a well mixed, fairly light potting soil, consisting of soil, sand, and peat moss. Feed the Rex begonia every other week, using a balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer that has been diluted to half strength. Withhold fertilizer during the winter.

Keep The Feet Dry - probably the worst enemy of the begonia is to have its roots standing in water.
Water the Rex begonia whenever the top of the soil feels slightly dry to the touch. Water until the soil is moist, but don't water excessively.
Storage Specifics: Chill sensitive, store at 55F or higher
Availability: Year-round

John Berry, Manager of C. Farm