Plantochis are cactuses and succulents
Plantochis are cactuses and succulents. These plants are very resilient and low-maintenance. Expose your Plantochi to light for about 3 to 4 hours per day so that they can thrive. Don’t carry around your little friend in your pocket the whole day. It is a living plant and therefore needs light in order to be able to go through the vital process of photosynthesis. After about 6 to 12 months, when your plant outgrows its capsule, just plant your little green friend in a pot. To water your Plantochi use a small plate and fill it with about 1 cm of water. The tiny holes on the bottom of the capsule help the plants soak up water. The roots then are absorbing the water from the soil and feed your little fosterling with vital nutrients.
Put your Plantochi in a plate with water for about 5 minutes. Don't overwater the plnat - watering once a month is really enough. Here you can see some examples of how you can use your Plantochi. Use it as a decoration on your back mirror of your car, as a flower on your cell phone, on the outside of your backpack or as your permanent companion on a keychain. As long as you take good care of your little friend, it will bloom and thrive. When choosing a place to stay for your friend, just remember that it needs at least 3 hours of light a day. It is not important if it is real daylight or just light from a light bulb. The following illustrations should help you to understand the size of a Plantochi (indications in millimeter).