String of hearts - also known as Ceropegia Woodii is a beautiful, trailing succulent. They prefer a bright light but can tolerate a bright indirect light. A sign that it’s not getting enough light is the leaves will be wider apart and there will be less marbling on the leaves.
Allow soil to dry out between waterings.
Lemon Cypress Tree - They prefer a bright light. They also prefer a cooler location indoors. Make sure to turn the tree regularly so all sides of the plant get sunlight. Don’t forget to water - essential for lemon cypress indoor care. They won’t forgive you if you let it completely dry out!
Succulents - Allow soil to completely dry out between waterings. The temperature of the room can help you understand it’s watering needs. If it’s a warmer room you will likely need to water more often than if the room is cooler. Succulents prefer a bright indirect to bright light.
Air Plants - Mist your air plant at least 1x per week. Soak it at least 1x per month.
Tip: When you take a shower, leave your air plant on the counter or the edge of your bathtub. It loves the humidity!
If your air plant is inside a glass globe or container, it should be removed when spritzing it with water. Then turn it upside down on a tea towel and allow to dry. Once it’s dry you can put it back in it’s container.
Never spritz your air plant inside the container. It won’t dry properly and will rot.