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Adenium Baby Pink (Grafted) - Adenium obesum, Desert Rose Plant
Rated 4.50 out of 5
Adenium Red (Grafted) - Adenium Serene Rose, Adenium Obesum, Desert Rose Plant
Rated 3.00 out of 5
Top 5 Annual Flowering Plants
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- Easy maintenance, annual flowering and tough plant.
- Required proper drainage of water in the soil.
- One of the best plants for blooming.
- Perfect plant for a sunny balcony and outdoor gardens.
- Its elegant bloom will improve your home’s aesthetic appearance.
- Relatively little maintenance and care is needed.
- As previously stated, grape ivy thrives in low light environments, yet it can tolerate bright to moderate light if kept suitably wet.
- Avoid over watering grape ivy by letting the soil somewhat dry up in between irrigations.
- When producing grape ivy, the soil needs to be carefully considered because the root systems demand great air circulation.
- The trumpet-shaped clusters of this plant’s flowers will give your garden a lively Indian atmosphere that will enhance it.
- Your garden will be illuminated with striking lavender-blue flowers throughout the summer, or all year long in tropical areas, against a background of dark green heart-shaped leaves.
Thunbergia Erecta Nana, Meyenia Erecta Nana, Bush Clock Vine (Blue) PlantRated 0 out of 5₹249.00
- Thunbergia erecta, Acanthaceae, Acanthus, Meyenia erecta Mini and Meyenia White are its common names.
- When planted as an annual houseplant, hanging baskets and other containers are suitable.
- It is a long flowering vine that is grown. Stem cuttings or shoots from the tuberous roots are used for propagation.
- It is a perennial herbaceous climber with rapid growth. In many tropical nations, it has turned into an exotic weed.
- Maintain the plant in bright, indirect natural light.
- Check the moisture in the soil by poking it with your finger or a simple little stick.
- When the top 1-2 inches of soil feel dry to the touch, water.
- After receiving it, wait at least two weeks before re potting.
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