Size: 4 to 5 inches as per production.
Pot Size: Grown in 3 inches plastic Pot.
The above specifications are indicative only. The actual size and color of the plant may vary slightly.
Only after Soil dries but keeps it semi-moist (don't keep the soil wet for a long time).
When potting your Tradscantia Nanouk, it's important to use a standard well-draining houseplant soil mixed with coarse sand, orchid bark, perlite, and orchid bark.
Nanouk will be ok in medium light, but it will be really happy in quite a sunny spot. She’s not one for shade.
Initial Care (After receiving the plant)
- Leave the plant in its nursery pot for a day. if the soil is looking dry (test by inserting your finger in it) water the plant and keep it in a shady location for a day.
We ship our plants in weekdays ie. monday to friday. We avoid weekends because we don't want our parcel to get stucked at the postal office. Processing depends on several factors like the type of plant, when you order it etc.
Standard shipping takes 4-6 days to reach, but it may vary during the holiday seasons and your location.
Where do you ship from?
Most of the plants get shipped from Pune, although we have a few different locations across India. And we ship all over India.
Orders are dispatched within 5 working days. Cancellations will be considered only if the cancellation request is made within 24 hours of placing an order.
I received an healthy nanouk and I recommend soiled in for exotic rate plants. They are a bit expensive but quality is guaranteed. my plant was initially couriered through a poor service which took 10 days and plant was received in poor condition. I called soiled in, shared my concern and images and they were more than willing to send me a replacement through a preferred partner and I received an healthy lush plant.
Just received these beauties. They are in perfect condition. The pot have around 4 shoots in it.
Received 70% damaged plant! Packing was horrible. Hope it will survive. Please take necessary initiative regarding packaging. There's no point of sending good plants with horrible packaging..