What's in your box - August 2020
1. Glass globe (in the cardboard box and protected by recyclable paper bubble wrap)
2. Glass globe lid (in the unlabelled paper bag and protected by recyclable paper bubble wrap)
3. Curved tweezers (in the unlabelled paper bag)
4. Spray bottle (in the unlabelled paper bag)
5. Weed membrane (the black circle in the unlabelled paper bag)
6. Organic coco substrate (in the paper bag labelled 'Coir')
7. Lava rock (in the paper bag labelled 'Lava Rock')
8. Bun Moss (looking a little bit chubby it's own paper bag and wrapped in slightly damp kitchen roll)
9. Selaginella Apoda (aka Meadow Spikemoss) (the bushy-looking plant in the petri dish)
10. Peperomia Prostrata (aka String of Turtles) (the plant with leaves that look like turtle shells in the petri dish)
All come in a mailer box made from 90% recycled materials with a bio-degradable wood wool void filler to keep everything secure.
To keep your plants healthy before the workshop, please do the following using room temperature water:
1. Bun Moss – You’ll find this in one of the brown paper bags. Take this out and submerge it in some water for a few seconds. Then take it out, squeeze out as much of the water as possible and then put it in a closed lid container (e.g. Tupperware) to keep it from drying out. If it starts to look like it is drying out, repeat this process.
2. Tropical plant cuttings – You’ll find these within the petri dish. Fill the spray bottle with some water and give these a couple of squirts each day. You should keep these in the petri dish but open it up to air them once a day.
Also, keep the brown bag labelled “Coir” away from water for now!