Living Wall Planters, Wallys, Islands, and Meadows don't need much maintenance at all. Every now and again you may need to brush off calcium deposits that could collect on the woolly surface. If the calcium deposits do appear, use a stiff bristle brush to clean the Pockets’ surface.
The plants living inside the Pockets do need love. Here are some tips on how to maintain plants in Woollys:
1. Make sure your plants are happy and getting the right amount of sunshine and water.
2. From time to time pluck away dead leaves and flowers to encourage new growth on your plants.
3. You can use scissors or pruning shears to trim away unwanted stems and branches.
4. The cuttings of some plants, like succulents can be replanted in gaps between the other plants
5. You can use scissors or pruning shears to trim away unwanted stems and branches.
6. Mist your plants from time to time and brush away any dust that collect on the leaves.
7. If needed, use a little extra fertilizer. This is helpful if you're growing herbs and veggies in your Woollys.
8. We understand that plants could potentially attract some unwanted pests. Here are a few links to learn more about houseplant pests and how to keep them away: Managing Houseplant Pests, Fungus Gnats, Moldy Potting Soil, and Spider Mites.
9. Over time, feel free to add plants and experiment with your Woolly garden!