Indoor Fall Container
Indoor Fall Container Project
Bring fall colors indoors with this simple, autumn-inspired container garden!
Step 1: Find a spot in your home with bright, indirect sunlight.
Step 2: Choose a large pot that is 16 inches in diameter with drainage holes.
Step 3: Fill the container about 2/3 full with Pike's Potting & Container Soil.
Step 4: Mix in a handful of Dr. Earth's Root Zone fertilizer.
Step 6: Remove plants from their container & gently place plants according to the diagram below.
Step 8: Add more soil making sure to fill in the gaps between plants & water well.
A - Sansevieria
B - Croton
C - Red Anthurium
D - Cordyline
E - Pothos
- 1 - Sansevieria 6"
- 1 - Croton 6"
- 1 - Red Anthurium 6"
- 1 - Cordyline 'Red Star' 6"
- 3 - Pothos 4"
- 1 - 16-inch wide glazed pot
- 1 - Bag Pike Potting & Container Soil
- 1 - Bag Dr. Earth's Root Zone Fertilizer
- This container does not need an abundance of water to thrive.
- All of these plants need the soil to feel fairly dry before they need a drink.
- To avoid over-watering, only water when the soil feels dry several inches below the surface.
- Feeling the soil regularly for moisture levels is important to understand your plant's watering needs.
- Fertilize monthly with houseplant food & keep away from cooling & heating vents.