Pathumani 5 Types Cuttings ( Pursalane ) Portulaca P01
A truly beautiful low growing ground cover type plant is called the portulaca (Portulaca grandiflora), or sometimes known as the sun rose or moss rose
|Portulaca, 10 O Clock (Peach) - Plant
|No. of Cutting
|2 cuttings per Plant
|No. of Variants
Portulaca flowers are truly beautiful in various garden and landscape settings and have been used to beautify old structures and stone walkways, as they grow well in the old cracks in the structures where winds have deposited just enough soil to support them.Portulaca flowers are beautiful growing around the stones of a garden path with their mix of beautiful colours of pink, red, yellow, orange, deep lavender, cream and white. Portulaca plants are native to Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. Portulaca flowers are easy to grow and enjoy.
|Moss rose, Pigweed, Purslane
|Maximum Reachable Height
|8 inches tall, spreading up to one foot
|This plant carry yellow, orange, red, and bright pink, yellow stripes
|Easy to grow
Planting And Care
Portulacas love it hot and dry. You can plant them in poor, even sandy, soil. They also adapt to average garden conditions.
Just give them full sun and any well-drained soil. Water them after planting and watch them go. They ll grow 4 to 8 inches high and spread 6 to 18 inches. You don t even have to deadhead.
If plants get scraggly, you can cut them back. Don t fertilize too much; it will encourage plants to produce thick foliage but fewer flowers.
|When they are watered just a light watering will do as their root zone is very shallow.
|Prefer sandy well drained soils.
|The plants can also be started indoor at 70 to 85F (21 to 29C).
|There s no need for fertilizer with the portulaca, as it will do fine on its own.
Portulaca Special Feature
Moss rose is a beautiful, bright coloured, low growing annual that blooms all summer long with little or no care required.It is one of very few annual succulents.
- Plant moss rose in a container or hanging basket and let it spill over like a sedum
- Use moss rose as edging at the front of borders or in the cracks in a rock wall, or the spaces between stepping stones