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Touch Me Not Flower Seeds

Touch Me Not Flower Seeds

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 Mimosa, Touch Me Not - Flower Seeds

Description

Mimosa pudica, sensitive plant, sleepy plant and the touch me not, is a creeping annual or perennial ..

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    1. Propagation

      ‘Touch me not’ plant is propagated by seeds and cuttings. It’s an extremely easy plant to grow and germinates quickly. Seed sowing must be done when temperature is warm.

      In summer, take cuttings of woody branches, apply rooting hormone and plant them in starter mix. You can keep cutting in plastic bag until they form roots.

      Requirements for Growing Mimosa Pudica

      Sun

      Mimosa pudica loves to grow in full sun, however it thrives in partial shade too.

      Soil

      Touch me not plant can adapt itself to any type of soil but it grows strong and vigorous in loose, moist and well drained soil.

      If grown in pot it needs the soil mixed with the same amount of peat and sand.

      Watering

      Water regularly when plant is in active growth. In winter withhold or reduce watering.

      Fertilization

      Fertilize the plant with all purpose liquid fertilizer once in a month in growing season. Application of compost in spring is also helpful in healthy growth of plant.

      Mimosa Pudica Care

      Pruning

      After flowering remove all dried and damaged stems and shorten those that are too long.

      Overwintering

      In areas with harsh winters it is advisable to protect the foot of plant until the spring perks up with a light mulch of dry leaves or straw, you’ll also need to keep it indoors.

      Diseases and Pests

      Avoid excess watering otherwise your plant will suffer from root rot. Some fungal diseases also affect it when the weather is particularly wet. Touch me not plant can also be attacked by aphids and scales.

     
     
  • Pudica has low levels of toxicity.
  • The sap from these soft plants can be used to counteract the itching and pain caused by stinging nettles and poison ivy. ... In fact, touch-me-not plants often grow in the same locations as nettles. 
  • No, the seeds are not poisonous.

 Mimosa, Touch Me Not - Flower Seeds

Description

Mimosa pudica, sensitive plant, sleepy plant and the touch me not, is a creeping annual or perennial herb often grown for its curiosity value: the compound leaves fold inward and droop when touched or shaken, due to evolution from predators, re-opening minutes later.

Seeds Specifications

Seeds per Packet 15

 

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