(Part 3) Top products from r/plants

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We found 23 product mentions on r/plants. We ranked the 83 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 41-60. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/SolisHerba · 1 pointr/plants

looks like Majesty to me. while google search says they are non-toxic to cats i would urge you to get a plant that your cat can satisfy it's need to crunch leaves on safely. plus you will help protect your palm. Wheat Grass/oats on amazon often sold as "cat-grass" is cheap and quick grower that cats love. many pet stores sell it as well.

u/donut_warfare · 2 pointsr/plants

That guy is pretty etiolated. Just because they are near a window doesn't mean they are getting adequate light. I have my succulents on a west-facing windowsill that gets blasted with super bright sunset light and yet they are STILL etiolating. You might want to either invest in a grow light or put in on a south-facing window. If you want to do a grow light (which I realize you are in an office and space is valuable), this clip lamp and this bulb.

u/hurts50good · 9 pointsr/plants

It's not quite a terrarium, but I have some of these
cute little guys in a glass container with water, stones and shells. It's a cute and easy decorative alternative.

Now let's talk about whats really important...are you picking up random trash and watching Gilmore girls with closed caption on?

u/Sassafrass928 · 1 pointr/plants

Best I could find find size wise was this LED Light Cap https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A1YF078/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_iiDXBbH606E28

My engineering buddy made a breathable lip to fit the lid and glass jar. He used a 3-D printer and rendering software.

If anyone has light blue suggestions / grow tips or anything - please tell me everything

u/fuzzyfuzzyclickclack · 1 pointr/plants

A bunch of these in these are the cheapest, easiest, and will probably be one of the most effective things. They will help block out some of the sun through the windows and give you more of a dappled light effect which should also help. Pothos come in all sorts of patterns so find one you like.

u/GraveDigger1017 · 2 pointsr/plants

iPower 600 Watt HPS MH Digital Dimmable Grow Light System Kits Wing Reflector Set with Timer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CQ8ROYO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Xy6QDbJXSBWGP

This one is similar to The one I have, they put off a lot of heat so in the garage or something like that works best. T5 fluorescent lighting works good indoors and doesn’t put off nearly as much heat. T5 uses a lot less power too.

u/drop-table · 1 pointr/plants

I had the tree for around 4 months now. It looked fine when I got it and it even flowered like 2 months ago. It had some tiny fruit that fell down. It gets sunlight pretty much all day, only direct sunlight in the morning for like 2/3 hours. Water once or twice a week, depending on how dry the soil is. I also use a fertilizer spike https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Q71JSSG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Is there something wrong with the tree? Apart from the leaves being that weird texture/color it doesn't look sick.


Thank you!

u/ktig · 4 pointsr/plants

I hate to break it to you, but something like this might be your best bet.

u/GoldBankker · 1 pointr/plants

I set my water out to dechlorinate at least a day if I can't get rain water or air-conditioning condensate and use Garden Safe brand Take Root rooting hormone. I put about what fits on the end of a key in enough water to cover the bottom 1-3 inches of the stems.
Here is the Amazon link.. .
Garden Safe Rooting Hormone (93194), Case Pack of 1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AA8WPGY/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_qphQDbJCSHRXP

u/IDoMindTheDudeMinds · 1 pointr/plants

I bought this one and it's great for supplemental light to my succulents.


u/Doctor__House · 1 pointr/plants

Soft water lacks minerals. You can supplement those by adding something like Azomite. I buy mine here.

If your water was super-hard, it's possible that your softened water might contain excessive sodium? Can you fill your watering can at an outside tap, instead of from a faucet downstream of your water softening unit?

u/ouchpouch · 1 pointr/plants

Thoughts on this? Also, what do you recommend for ratio. 100% of the stuff, or mixed in with garden soil?

u/sonnedrah · 1 pointr/plants

The best solution is imidacloprid, if you live in a place where its legal. Make sure to use it only when your plant is not in bloom to avoid killing bees.
I use this one. Best solution for almost everything except spider mites. I actually started using it because of whiteflies attacking my euphorbia milii.


u/613Flyer · 7 pointsr/plants

For those wondering what type of shelves those are its found on amazon


Shelf on Amazon

u/Thisisredred · 1 pointr/plants

Maybe they're getting too much sunlight.. ? I used this :https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J1CAEIG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_K9DxDbW00CN3E
On my succulents and they are the healthiest I have ever seen.