Portulaca grandiflora L.
Brand: Semo
Packaged:0,2 g
Ex Tax: 1.45€
Moss rose (double mix) - Portulaca grandiflora.
An annual creeping, highly branched plant 10 cm high.
The shoots are juicy, fleshy, light green, sometimes with a reddish tint. The leaves are fleshy, almost cylindrical, small, glabrous.
The flowers are single, double, apical, 4-6 cm in diameter, of various shades. The flowers open only on clear, sunny days. Blooms from June until frost.
The plant is heat-loving, drought-resistant, very light-loving, and does not bloom at the slightest shade. It does not tolerate any fertilizers and grows on dry, sandy and even rocky soil with minimal watering.
Seeds are sown for seedlings in February-March superficially, covered with glass or film, and kept in the light. Shoots appear in 7-14 days. Dive into pots with a diameter of 5-6 cm.
Grow seedlings with very moderate watering. After the end of frost, they are planted at a distance of 15-20 cm on rocky hills and flower beds on the southern slopes.
Planted in flowerpots, containers, boxes on balconies and loggias, on top of retaining walls.

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