If You Do These 3 Things, You Might Be a Plant Killer

If You Do These 3 Things, You Might Be a Plant Killer

Can’t keep a house plant alive? You’re not alone. In fact, you might be one of millions of plant killers across the globe. Read on to be sure.

1. You sheepishly utter the euphemism, “I don’t have a green thumb.”

Let’s just call it how it is, people. You’re probably a plant killer.

2. You leave the shades down all day.

Who are you, Count Dracula? Give those succulents some light. It’ll be good for you too, you plant killing monster.

3. You always remember to have a drink, but you never share with poor Ms. Basil over there.

If you can pour a drink, you can grow a plant. Just make sure Ms. Basil gets water. Not alcohol.

How to End Your Murder Spree

I hope you have read this far and concluded that you are NOT in fact a plant killer. If the opposite is true, read on for a list of recovery plans.

Plan A: Hide your non-green thumbs in shame.

Hiding your non-green thumbs has been known to suppress constant reminders of inadequate gardening skill. If this is your recovery plan of choice, I recommend procuring two thimbles immediately.

Plan B: The Plant Killer Support Group

More commonly referred to as HAMAMA. HAMAMA knows your pain. We’ve created a line of easy home gardening products for people just like you. Seriously, we’ve made it impossible to fail. Visit www.hamama.cc to join this growing community of easy gardening enthusiasts.

Camille Richman

Camille is the Co-Founder of HAMAMA. She loves sharing recipes and growing tips and tricks with the HAMAMA community!

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Are the mats made in USA, or where are they made? Basically, we’re are all components of the growing aspect of the kit from? Thx


Nancy, thanks for your question!! No, we are not a public company yet! If you are interested to learn more, do feel free to email us – would love to talk with you!


Sue, apologies that I missed your comment here for so long! Did you ever connect with us over email to resolve your question? How did your broccoli do? It sounds like they should have done fine :)


Possible Hamama emergency- My first kit arrived in today’s mail. Have the broccoli mat floating in the black tray after holding it down 30 sec or so to be sure it is wet. Question about amount of water. The web site sez 3 cups water. I filled to the fill line, measuring as I filled. It is way more than 3 cups to get the water to the fill line. And the broccoli mat is floating. Is that the way it is supposed to be? Should I remove some of the water? Will the seeds drown & fail to sprout if I don’t? Please help!


Are you selling stock? As in Nasdaq?


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