Potted in 160mm pots
The soil needs to be on the looser side but not too loose. It has to retain water for the birkin plant. But excess water needs to be able to drain through so the roots don’t get wet feet. Wet feet always leads to root rot and plant death. They grow the best in sphagnum peat moss-based soil. These plants thrive in soil that’s nothing but peat moss. Peat moss has a coarse and an airy texture. Thanks to the coarse texture, it retains water. And the aeration allows the excess water to leave instead of piling up in the soil. If you don’t want to use only peat moss, you can mix it with perlite for great results too.
You will receive the same or similar plant as shown in the picture and colours of plants can change according to the season or time of day. Size's can also vary after drying + packing so may appear a little different than from the photo shown.