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Hatsu's survival guide

Hats off to you, Hatsu

Ever heard of a natural hat trick? It’s when a hockey player scores three goals in a row. Wayne Gretzky (some guy) currently holds the record for the most natural hat tricks accomplished by a single player -- but that was before Hatsu came along! She’s got speed. She’s got power. She’s got no legs. And one day she’s going to make Wayne Gretzky look like a preschooler playing hockey with a rubber stick and a wet stone. And, when that day comes, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman is going to cry bitter tears of regret as he paces along a stormy shore, remembering the time he let his prejudice get in the way of signing on the greatest hockey player of all time. “Plants don’t play hockey, Hatsu. You’re here to look pretty, freshen my air, and be quiet!” Screw you, Gary Bettman. Screeww yooou.

pot has a diameter of 21 cm
Frequent water needed
Low air purifier
Once every two years
38 cm tall, including pot
Shaded, no direct light
Pet friendly
Once every 3-4 months

Our Care App will help you after your purchase.

What makes Hatsu so special

Hatsu is a shade lover and prefers moist soil. Water deeply and spray her leaves to keep them cool, so she’s never allowed to dry out and wilt. If you treat Hatsu well, you’ll be able to enjoy her proposed health benefits, including her antibacterial and anti-inflammatory abilities. If you don’t treat her well, you’ll never get front row tickets to her games, and you certainly won’t get a cut of her sponsorship money. (She might mention you in her memoir, but not in a cool way).

Wasabi Japonica | Japanese horseradish

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Our app will tell you exactly when and how much to feed and water your plants. Are you already a pro in taking care of your plant? Great! The App is completely optional of course.

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