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Plant Care Instructions:
- Be careful to avoid over watering.
- Remove waste leaves and stems from time to time.
- Natural light is best, but some plants can also thrive in office fluorescent light.
- Plant soil should be kept moist at all time.
- Plants should be kept in a cool spot based on type of plant
Oxalis triangularis bulbs look like small, immature pinecones. When planting a container for indoors, go ahead and crowd your bulbs, spacing them just an inch apart for a full look fast. Just poke the bulbs into the soil – any way up is right. Water lightly just once every couple of weeks until new growth appears. In about 6 weeks from planting, your new purple shamrocks will begin to appear, and will fill in to become lush and full soon after. Weekly watering should be light. Too much water will send the plant back into dormancy.
Indoors, keep your oxalis triangularis in a sunny spot. You will find the deep purple foliage really brings out the vibrant green of other plants, and the color contrast makes your other houseplants seem to glow with health.
Regular( 24 To 72) Hrs, Express (12 – 24) Hrs
Cover, Plastic Pot
Indoor, Outdoor, Semi shaded
3 to 6 Months, 6 to 12 Months, More Than 12 Months