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      1 LB Coffee: Rideau Roastery


      Only the highest-grade fair trade and organic green beans are shipped from around the world to our little Roastery, where we use our special roast profiles to produce high-quality single origin roasts and custom flavoured blends.

      Flavours – Peruvian, Columbian, Canadian Maple


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      2.5″ Stapelia Leendertziae (Black Bells)


      A soft spineless cactus found in North Eastern South Africa.

      Easy to care for, this plant prefers bright light and moderately moist soil in summer months and allow to dry out through the winter.

      Once the plant reaches maturity it will produce large purple bell shaped flowers.


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      4″ Pothos


      The pothos plant is considered by many to be a great way to get started caring for houseplants. Since pothos care is easy and undemanding, this lovely plant is an easy way to add some green in your home.

      These plants enjoy a wide range of environments. They do well in bright, indirect light as well as low light and can be grown in dry soil or in vases of water. They will thrive in nutrient rich soil, but do almost as well in nutrient poor soil.

      While pothos plants are an easy to care for houseplant, you do need to be aware that they are poisonous. Though rarely fatal, the plant can cause irritation and vomiting if ingested due to the fact that it contains calcium oxalates. Even the sap from the plant may cause highly sensitive people to break out in a rash. It is considered toxic to cats, dogs, and children, but as mentioned, it normally will make them very sick but will not kill them.

      Read more at Gardening Know How: Information On Caring For Pothos Plants https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/pothos/pothos-plant-care.htm

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      5.5″ Mangave Praying Hands


      ‘Praying Hands’ gets its unique habit from one its parents, Agave ocahui. Mangave is a relatively new phenomenon, an intergeneric cross of Manfreda x Agave. These rare hybrids combine the best of both worlds: the better growth rate and the interesting patterns of Manfreda, and the habit and refinement of Agave.

      Regular watering during the growing season. Mangave can handle a bit more regular watering without being at risk of rot, especially when they are establishing roots. Apply a slow release or succulent fertilizer at the start of Summer. Any browning or damaged foliage can be pruned off near the base of the leaf.  Reduce watering in the winter, more dormant season.

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      5″ Pure Cactus


      Kid- and pet- friendly Cactus is a perfect option for those who need a plant with low care.

      These thorn less cactus provide a dark pop of green colour to any room.

      Dry and sunny conditions are necessary for column cactus to grow happily and water spargingly.

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      6″ Havardiana (Agave)


      Extremely cold hardy, these succulent plants for tight rosettes of fleshy, broad, cupped silver/grey leaves.  Adding an attractive texture year round.  The leaves are heavily lined with sharp teeth. Mature plants bloom once in their lives but provide a gorgeous scent flower that lasts weeks.

      Grows best in full sun and well drained soil. Can tolerate drought and is pretty well pest free.

      A long time best plant friend with this variety.

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      6″ Jade Plant


      Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, is a succulent plant with small pink or white flowers that is native to the KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa, and Mozambique; it is common as a houseplant worldwide.

      Jade plants prefer full sun, up to 6 hours in a South or West facing window and moderately moist soil during growing season (summer).  Reduce watering to very little during the winter months.

      Jades are a very easy to care for plants with the right conditions and can become large trees eventually.  A lovely addition to any plant collection.


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      6″ Lemon Cypress Tree


      The lemon tree is the best smelling Cypress tree around.  The soft scent of lemon is released into the air especially after you’ve combed your hands threw it.

      A fun sun loving plant that can be planted outdoors in the new year.  Water thoroughly when indoors.

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      6″Norfolk Pine Trees


      Looking for an alternative to a large Christmas Tree?  Look no further we have you covered with these beautiful tropical Norfolk Pine.  Dressed with bobbles and a bow, these trees are ready for presents and good cheer.

      Norfolk are a tropical planted needing a warmer temperature, humidity and a brighter sun.  Watering about once a week to keep the soil damp.  If this tree is cared for properly eventually you can grow your own large indoor Christmas Tree.


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      8″ Evergreen Wreaths


      These beautiful 8″ wreaths are great to add colour to the front porch.

      Made with real evergreens that smell divine, and added pops of decorations.


      – Rustic, ribbons, berries and wooden snowflakes

      -Citrus, ribbons, lemons, oranges and cinnamon sticks




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      Bath Bombs (Carrot Top Soap Shop)


      Theses wonderful bath bomb rich in vitamin E are hand made in small batches.  Transform your bath into your own personal oasis. Unwind and soak away the day.

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      Bath Salts (Buck Naked)


      The lovely bath salts are full line of all-natural, vegan, handcrafted skin care products. Buck Naked is committed to being chemical-free, using only pure, natural ingredients.

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