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The Happy Plant is generally easy to care for and can live for decades if its water, light, temperature and soil needs are taken care of. This Happy Plant needs a warm and humid climate to flourish. Australia’s warm weather is exactly what this stunning houseplant wants, so get your Happy Plant delivered today! This plant is also a great option if you’re shopping for gifts online.
The Happy Plant is a slow grower. On average, this plant will reach a height of around 1.5 m. Like most indoor plants, the Happy Plant will slow down its growth during winter and autumn. During this time, you can reduce the frequency of watering and stay away from fertiliser to adapt to the plant’s needs. If you want to boost your Happy Plant’s growth, you can apply a diluted and organic fertiliser around once a month during its growing season.
Keep in mind that the Happy Plant’s sap is toxic to animals, so keep it out of reach of your pets.
Happy Plant is available for Sydney delivery only.
Taking care of your Happy Plant
Originating from the tropical regions of Africa, the Happy Plant needs moderate to bright indirect light. Choose a warm spot that receives plenty of light without exposing the plant to direct sunlight, which will burn or bleach its leaves. This plant thrives in warm, humid environments. The ideal temperature for a Happy Plant is between 16-24°C, although it can withstand lower temperatures for a short time.
The Happy Plant is tolerant to drought for limited periods of time. However, to make sure your Happy Plant lives up to its name, water the plant well as soon as the top layer of the soil has dried out. Remember to use well-draining soil and a planting container with drain holes to avoid moisture buildup, which may cause the roots to rot and the leaves to blacken. Maintain the humidity levels by occasionally misting the plant’s leaves with water or by grouping several indoor plants together.
To keep your Happy Plant looking its best, maintain its appearance by gently wiping any dust from the leaves and removing any dead or yellowing leaves with a clean pair of scissors.