Did you know that most people lose their plants the very first summer?
Our Arizona climate is extremely dry, and even if you're watering a few times a week, your plant can dry up and die.
Follow our handy watering chart that guides you through your first season as a new plant owner.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact us immediately. Every summer we help people bring stressed plants back to health.
Temperature: This corresponds to the high average high temperature for the season.
Size Columns: These correspond to the size of the plant you purchased, and the water requirements related to the average high temperature.
Frequency: This is how many times per day or per week you need to water your new plant, based on the temperature.
For best results, water your new plants at 10am and 2pm
If you bought a 3g plant, and the high is 93F, you will need to water that plant 1-2 gallons two times per day everyday that week while the temperature is that high.
If your plant is showing symptoms similar to any in the above image, you need to increase the amount of water. Within 10-14 days of better watering practices, most plants will push out new growth.