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Sagebrush Designs Heirloom Potted Plants

Sagebrush Designs Heirloom Potted Plants

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Introducing our Heirloom Plants!! 

These are "starter"-sized plants grown in our homes from our very own family heirloom houseplants.  Some of these plants are from several generations back & we are so excited to be able to share a family tradition with you!

Plants are in a 3" round ceramic pot (w/drainage hole in the bottom; saucer not included)

These perennials are easy to care for and with proper care will be something you also can pass down through generations!

Choose from:

  • The Shamrock:

The potted shamrock plant (Oxalis regnellii), a member of the wood sorrel family, is a small specimen, often reaching no more than 6 inches (15 cm.) tall. The clover-shaped leaves are available in a range of shades, including green, red or purple. Their delicate white flowers bloom off and on during fall, winter, and spring.

Shamrock plants grow from tiny bulbs that may be planted in fall or early spring. Most often, shamrock plants are purchased when foliage is growing and sometimes when in flower. People often buy them to celebrate spring holidays or to add a touch of good luck to their indoor spaces.

Oxalis thrives in bright, indirect light, preferably in a location that is cool at night (60°F) and warm during the day (70°F). The foliage has the unique ability to close its leaves during levels of low light, whether at night or on cloudy days. This behavior serves as a defense mechanism against excessive light. If you notice this, consider relocating the plant to a shadier spot or provide protection from intense sunlight.

Ensure it's planted in well-drained potting mix within a container that has proper drainage. While this plant prefers to be somewhat "pot bound," it's important to avoid overwatering and ensure the soil remains consistently moist, but not wet. Water two to three times a month, allowing soil to dry out between waterings.

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  • The Arrowhead:

Arrowhead plant, Syngonium polophyllum, is also known as arrowhead philodendron, arrowhead vine, and nephthytis. It is a tropical vining plant that can grow as a perennial in the warmest areas of the U.S. Everywhere else, the Syngonium plant makes an excellent indoor specimen.

Botanical name - Syngonium polophyllum

Height: 3 to 6 feet (0.9 to 1.8 m)

Spread: 1 to 2 feet (0.3 to 0.6 m)

Sun exposure: Partial shade, indirect light

Soil Requirements:  Light, well-drained

Hardiness zones: 10 to 12

As with other philodendrons, caring for an arrowhead plant is simple. It is a forgiving plant that thrives even in less-than-ideal conditions.

Light

Outdoors, and in its native range, arrowhead grows in partial shade and dappled sunlight. As a houseplant, provide it with bright but indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight can damage foliage.

Water

Water arrowhead regularly during the growing season, keeping the soil moist but well-drained and not soggy. Reduce watering in winter.

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