Watering the Plants
Watering your plants is a very simple a quick process.
1. Find a shallow dish.
2. For their water, it is best to use either distilled water or collected rainwater as it contains no chemicals or chlorine. If either is not available, regular tap water is acceptable.
3. Pour the water in a shallow dish about 1/4 inch high.
4. Pick up your plant. The bottom contains tiny holes that allow water to be absorbed onto the moss media.
5. Looking at the dry moss media, the aim is to wet about 1/4 to 1/2 of the total surface area.
6. Dip your plant into the water.
7. Monitor how much water the moss has absorbed, and remove from dish as soon as it is 1/4 to 1/2 wet.
8. When the plant is watered, let sit near windowsill for 2-3 days according to their sun requirements. This is to allow the moss to air and dry out. It is very important that media is not over saturated or wet for prolonged periods to protect the health of the roots.
It is highly recommended to remove the capsule cover after each watering and let it sit out in a warm area where there is natural heat from the sun or artificial heat source to let the media dry faster.