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The What The Flower team has selected a limited edition collection of 30 varieties of caladium bulbs for you to plant yourself.

A great way to add a touch of pep and colour to your little jungle!

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We have a lot of questions about the e-shop and how it works. Thus, we gather in this article all the most frequently asked questions to better accompany you: What day is the restocking done ?  The restocking takes place every Saturday at 8pm. What should I do if I forgot a product when I ordered? If your parcel has not yet been picked up and you need to add a product, please contact our team at contact@whattheflower.com with your order number and your exact request. We will then do our best to take into account the addition request before shipping....

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The creation of an ideal potting mix for houseplants is essential for healthy plants and strong root systems. There are several premixed potting soils for houseplants that can be found commercially but you can make your own mix. Most indoor plant growers and avid outdoor gardeners seem to have developed their own mixes over time that works for them. Depending on your climate zone and indoor conditions, you may need to adjust your potting soil as humidity, air temperature, air flow rate, amount of light available, water quality and watering habits vary.

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The repotting stage is an essential operation for the good development of your plant. When you adopt a new plant, in most cases it is necessary to repot it, because often the plant has grown rapidly, its growing pot becomes too narrow and the soil is no longer suitable. In order for this newcomer to develop in good conditions, it is therefore preferable to offer it a new pot and the substrate adapted to its development. (Please refer to the WTF care sheet in order to choose the right substrate for your plant). How to repot a plant? Carefully remove...

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Photosynthesis, remember? To start off well, back to our sciences courses. Photosynthesis, does it remind you of anything? Well, it's the basis of everything!  Photosynthesis is the process by which the leaves of a plant capture sunlight, absorb water and nutrients from the soil through their roots and carbon dioxide (CO₂) from the air. They use the sun's energy to change water and carbon dioxide into glucose, while releasing oxygen (O₂). The glucose then leaves the leaf and is transported throughout the plant to feed it. That's why your plant needs good light, regular watering and a suitable soil!  Your...

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