Little Greenhouse Mimosa

 - Little Greenhouse Mimosa  
HKD $99.00
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Description 
  • Your Paris Garden Little Greenhouse will help to maintain warm temperature and humidity to aid seed germination.
  • The Greenhouse comes with an easy-to-follow Instruction booklet + a garden diary.
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Specification 
  • Includes: Greenhouse, seeds, starting soil, instructions and garden diary.
  • Dimensions: 180(wide)*110(deep)*160(h)mm
  • Product Code: PG-7660
     

 

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Step 1

Using a fork, mix the dehydrated soil with water into a container of your choice and then place the obtained soil into the Paris Garden supplied pot.

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Step 2

You should disolve soil in twice their volume of water approximately.

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Step 3

Then, empty 3/4 of the obtained soil into the supplied pot.

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Step 4

Then, sow seeds spacing them 5mm to 1cm apart from one another.

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Step 5

Eventually, cover the seeds with the remaining soil (Approx. 1cm).

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Temperature
  • An average indoor temperature 18 to 28 degrees Celsius is best.
  • In winter put plants that are near windows into a warmer corner of the room at night.
  • In summer mist the air and your plant to give more moisture & reduce temperature.
  • Avoid exposing plants to too much direct strong sunlight.
  • Do not place plants near direct source of heat or air conditioners.
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Watering
  • Keep soil moist but not over watered.
  • Water more during hot days and less during cold days.
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Light
  • Bay windows provide a perfect lighting environment.
  • Placing plants under white light bulbs for 2 to 3 hours a day during dark days can promote growing.
  • Plants need to rest so do not leave them under light 24hrs a day.
  • Rotate your plants at least once a week.
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Fertilising
  • Use of fertilizer is recommended for best results.
  • Read fertiliser instructions clearly and do not over-fertilise.
  • Before fertilising, place pots into a ventilated spot to help absorption.
  • Avoid fertilising during rainy days and cold days.
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North Hemisphere 
  • Tomatoes can be sown inside the house in Feb / March.
  • Best Stems then have to be replanted in a larger pot with extra soil in May.
  • First Sprouts shall come  1 to 2 weeks after sowing.
  • First Fruits will come from June to Aug.
  • Plants shall be moved to a bigger pot once they are 10cm high.
  • Harvest each tomato as it ripens.
  • Tomatoes need sun // Do not cut Stems. Plants can be used as climbing or falling plants.
  • Water with a water sprayer and keep the entire soil content moist daily.
  • Drain excess water from pot.
     
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South Hemisphere 
  • Tomatoes can be sown inside the house in August / September.
  • Best Stems then have to be replanted in a larger pot with extra soil in November.
  • First Sprouts shall come  1 to 2 weeks after sowing.
  • First Fruits will come from December to February.
  • Plants shall be moved to a bigger pot once they are 10cm high.
  • Harvest each tomato as it ripens.
  • Tomatoes need sun // Do not cut Stems. Plants can be used as climbing or falling plants.
  • Water with a water sprayer and keep the entire soil content moist daily.
  • Do not over water / Drain excess water from Pot.