Fittonia

Nerve Plant (Fittonia) normally grown as a houseplant, nerve plant, it is a spreading evergreen with delicately veined, deep-green leaves. Although the most popular vein color is silvery-white, you can also readily find varieties with veins in pink, white, and green. Its Benefits are Reducing carbon dioxide levels, increasing humidity, reducing levels of certain pollutants, such as benzene and nitrogen dioxide, reducing airborne dust levels, and Keeping air temperatures down


Maintenance:

1. Watering: Use a mineral bottle or cup to fill up water and watering the plant. Watering it till the water is full and running out of the holes in the bottom of the pot once every 2/3 days. If the weather is extremely warm then you can do it every 2 days. If it is located indoors with an air conditioner, you can water it once every 3/4 days.

2. Light: Indirect or dappled sunlight. They also thrive under fluorescent lights. Don’t expose to full sunlight. 3. Soil: Fittonia can be easily grown in conventional, peat-based potting soil. Make sure it can retain moisture, but will not remain soggy. 4. Fertilizer: Feed during the growing season with a weekly dose of weak liquid fertilizer or with controlled-release fertilizer.

 

Note: -

1) Plants will be supplied in Nursery Pots.
2) Courier charges will be extra.