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ACCLIMATION GUIDE

by Deborah Austin April 18, 2020

Since we ship our plants, they may be a little more stressed than if you were to pick them up at your local nursery. Here are a few tips to help them recover from transit & acclimate to their new home. 

We hope they're useful, let us know if you have anything else you've found to be beneficial!

You can also download the pdf here.




Deborah Austin
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Deborah manages the site, social media & photography. She has too many hobbies for her own good. She is a William Gibson fangirl & enjoys typography, photography, surrealist art, Japanese culture, nano reefs, well made commercials & wandering from room to room.


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