Green quarantine guide with SM City San Jose del Monte

posted September 23, 2020 at 09:23 pm
Even before the pandemic, growing indoor plants has been a hot topic among plant lovers on social media. Succulents were the go-to giveaway for weddings and birthdays, among other events.

Green quarantine guide with SM City San Jose del Monte

But as people got stuck indoors because of quarantine restrictions, plantitos and plantitas bloomed just like their urban home gardens.

Whether you are a certified plant parent who wants to add new member to your growing collection, or an aspiring one looking for your first plant, the green hub exhibition at SM City San Jose del Monte is just for you.

SJDM Green Hub offers almost all of your urban gardening essentials, from ornamental indoor and outdoor plants, hanging plants, and succulents to fertilizers, potting mix, decorative pots and pebbles to complete your green project.

Green quarantine guide with SM City San Jose del Monte

It houses different varieties of sanseviera, evergreens, pothos, aloe, cactus and succulents, spider plants, and outdoor ornamental plants like roses and orchids.

You can also get advise on how to take care of your quarantine babies from Marites Laylo Soliman, who started her plant business in 2017, at the SJDM Green Hub.

Soliman has been a plant parent for more than two decades now.

"Patience and moderation are key. And don’t overwater,” she said. 

There are many ways to create a green space in your home. You may utilize your window sill, tabletops, balcony, your front or backyard, and even your bathroom.

Green quarantine guide with SM City San Jose del Monte

You can also opt for a vertical garden through your plain wall or use hanging pots to create more spaces.

Topics: succulents , Marites Laylo Soliman , SJDM Green Hub , sanseviera
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