Myrtle Mini

$27.00
SKU:PS20211
[ Pot Size: 3'' ]
The myrtle is a small evergreen tree or shrub which originated from the Mediterranean. Myrtle Topiaries or Standards have been a classic garden and house plant staple since ancient times. It has fragrant leaves when crushed and produces delicate flowers as well. This variety comes with emerald green leaves and makes for a striking addition to both the interior and exterior of your home.
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[ Pot Size: 3'' ]
The myrtle is a small evergreen tree or shrub which originated from the Mediterranean. Myrtle Topiaries or Standards have been a classic garden and house plant staple since ancient times. It has fragrant leaves when crushed and produces delicate flowers as well. This variety comes with emerald green leaves and makes for a striking addition to both the interior and exterior of your home.

When grown indoors it is best to put this in your sunniest window (south, south west exposure) and rotate it once a week. If kept outdoors place it in partial shade to prevent scorching. Keep the rootball moist, never let it dry out completely, but also avoid excess soil wetness. Drying out will kill the tree immediately.

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Occasion & Sentiment Birthday, Business Gifting, Congratulations, Get Well, Housewarming, Just Because, Thank You
Plants Indoor Foliage Plants
Materials Terracotta
Flowers Water Change vase water every other day (add flower food to the new water if available). All flower and foliage stems should be submerged. If your flowers came in a basket or other container with foam, add fresh water every day.
Flowers Light/Temperature Display your bouquet or flower arrangement in a cool, draft-free area. Avoid direct sunlight, which causes the flowers to die more quickly.
Flowers Pruning Immediately remove dead or wilting leaves and stems from fresh flower. Recut your flower and foliage stems just before putting them back into new water.
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