May 7, 2019

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  1. Pam says:

    We just received a smallish snake plant from Amazon to hide some electrical cords. We would like the leaves to "fall out" a bit. Is there any way to do that without damaging them? Our current weather is chilly to cold. Suggestions? Thank-you

  2. Chelsie says:

    I’m going to start saving the round cardboard from frozen pizza boxes for this. Pre-cut cardboard circles! Also I saw you can use coffee grounds instead of dirt and it’ll stay dark brown like fresh dirt instead of turning light brown when actual dirt dries out.

  3. Danica says:

    Exactly the kind of advice I was Googling for. Thank you!!

  4. corinne says:

    I would never have thought to do it like that, brilliant! I have a house full of real/faux plants and this is a gamechanger as only yesterday was I taking a huge faux bamboo out of a pot that I had filled with compost and even though I did it outside, what a mess 🙁 I had to wash the plant with the hose pipe! thanks for this 🙂

  5. lapisar says:

    What is "dirt" please? 🙂

  6. liz says:

    what size planter did you use? I noticed your shop offers two sizes. Thank you!

  7. aynos says:

    Hello Danica,
    I love your method for repotting fake plants, but doesn’t the soil dry out after a while? How do you keep it moist as you can’t water it?

    • Danica says:

      It does dry out but in my opinion it doesn’t look bad. You can always swap out the dirt or I’ve heard ground coffee beans can achieve a damp dirt look.

  8. cbebeh says:

    is it real plant?

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