Name: Moss Rose
Light: Direct sunlight for 8-6 hours
Water: Large amounts of water.
Soil: Loose soil that has more sand in the mix, and has good water drainage. Recommend to maintain 1:3 ratio of coco peat and soil.
Potential problems: May wilt if it gets too hot under direct sunlight.
General Information: The Moss Rose looks the most appealing when grown close together in bunches. If you wish to quickly grow their numbers, it is best to plant clippings instead of seeds. A clipping of 4-6 inches will easily start growing when planted directly in the soil. Alternatively, dip ¼ of the clipping in water, and plant in soil once roots start to grow.
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