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WTF is a Marimo Ball?

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WTF is a Marimo Ball?

I get this question a lot. People are constantly asking what is a marimo ball and what makes it so special? Well, look no further - here are some fun facts about these adorable little things. Often called marimo moss balls, these things are actually not moss at all. They are actually a rare type of algae that forms in a ball like shape. You can find them in a number of lakes across Japan and Northern Europe, but can also sometimes be found in parts of North America and Australia too.  The plant was named mari (bouncy play ball) mo (generic...

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Our Favourite Spooky Plants for Halloween

Our Favourite Spooky Plants for Halloween

One of the biggest reasons we love this time of year is Halloween, and while all hallows eve may look a bit different this year our excitement for it is as strong as ever. In honour of the occasion, we’ve compiled a list of some of our top spooky plants.   Rose of Jericho (resurrection plant) So, this plant is basically the zombie of plants – it comes back from the dead, or at least that’s how it seems. With a dried up appearance, people are often awed to find that this incredible plant will start to open up and come...

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Free local contactless delivery in Toronto!

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We are excited to now offer free local contactless delivery in Toronto! Select the option during checkout, and be sure to include any specific instructions in the notes.

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Tips for bringing your houseplants indoors for the winter

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Tips for bringing your houseplants indoors for the winter

If you are like most houseplant owners that have some form of outdoor space, chances are you have plants that have spent the summer outdoors, soaking up some nice sun and fresh air. Sadly, those summer days are winding down as we head into fall which means it’s time for your plant pals to come back inside. This should be done before temperatures drop below 7 C (45 F). You may think it’s as simple as just moving the pot from point A to B, but here’s a few things you should keep in mind to keep your plants thriving:...

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