Plant Care

House plants:

Most house plants require bright to medium in direct light. They require an indoor area that is protected from the cold and from harsh direct sunlight. It is recommended to water and fertilize your house plants with a general houseplant water-soluble fertilizer on a consistent basis during the growing season to maintain proper management.

Pepper Plants:

When caring for pepper plants it is best to plant them in full-sun area. They do well in the ground or in containers with well-drained soil. Avoid overhead watering to prevent disease. The best fertilizer to use for peppers, especially hot peppers is bone meal or Cal-Mag fertilizer. Large pepper plants might need to be staked to ensure the plant is getting proper light and air circulation. 

Tomatoes: 

Dragon fruit:

Dragon fruit is tropical fruiting cactus. Dragon fruit will not grow in cold climates, so make sure that the temperature is above 40 degrees Fahrenheit to prevent damage from occurring to the plant. For optimal growth, the temperature needs to be between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Dragon fruit can be planted in large containers or in the ground as long as they are protected from frost.

Kiwis: 

Bananas:

Bananas are heavy nitrogen feeders so it is recommend to apply a high nitrogen fertilizer every few months during the growing season. Bananas prefer a shaded area and grow best in a frost free area. During the hot summer months it is best to protect from direct sunlight.