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How to repot your Houseplant

How to repot your Houseplant

[Philodendron Imperial Green from Stamford Botanics] Though repotting may come easy to some, it can also be super easy to over think, especially if it’s your first time. When you discover your love for houseplants it's such a magical feeling, especially watching new growth unfurl not long after you’ve brought it home. You may even feel like a green goddess. BUT, collecting plants takes a little more than just sitting back and watching them grow. Nurturing your plants and caring for them will help your little green babes thrive!Since we’re so fond of getting down and dirty, we thought we’d...

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Understanding Humidity - The Soil Ninja Guide

Understanding Humidity - The Soil Ninja Guide

Do you have a Fern that seems hopeless, or maybe an Alocasia that looks like it wants to give up? 

Well this may be caused by the lack of humidity in your home. Learn more here!

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Understanding Zeolite - The Soil Ninja Component Guide

Understanding Zeolite - The Soil Ninja Component Guide

  You may not have heard of such a unique component before, so hold onto your socks Zeolite is about to knock them off… Zeolite is a mineral aggregate made from a combination of metallic elements and possesses an incredibly useful structure. Its structure can be described as microporous (like how pumice and Activated charcoal are also microporous), this means that each rock contains thousands of tiny pores (smaller than 2 nanometers!). This is zeolites secret power when it comes to how useful it is to plants. Zeolite can be natural or man made, but here at soil ninja we only get the natural...

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RHS Gold Medal Winners - The Plant Clinic

RHS Gold Medal Winners - The Plant Clinic

Back in May 2022 we were invited to be part of The Plant Clinic at the Chelsea Flower Show. Read more about The Plant Clinic below and check out our Video covering the event!

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MIX UP THE BASE

MIX UP THE BASE

Welcome to our brand new base mix guide for houseplant enthusiasts. In this guide, we will explain what the base mix’s purpose is in our range, the different ways you can use and specialise the blend, with some example recipes to help you get started!What is the Base mix?The Base mix has two purposes. Firstly, to act as a basic houseplant soil that is suitable for the majority of plants as long as you are confident in your watering schedule. Secondly, to act as a base that you can add components to which will be more suitable to different plants.So...

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