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The Cuba dwarf-beads herb is a soft creeping plant. It has thin, bright green leaves. Whose shape reminds of kidneys and have many white flowers in the corresponding periods.
The Cuba midget beads herb grows close to the ground and is a good ground cover. It is used as a decorative plant at the sides of distant or other moisture-loving plants. It is also used as ground vegetation.
Fortunately, the plant inside the can grow. You can use the Cuban Pearl herb in many different ways. The plant can be also a wonderful background in the open enclosure or in mixed containers of plants.
Due to the nature of spreading, climbing the Cuban Pearl herb particularly well at the corners of a Blumentopfes works
You can also systematically clamp it to make a hill of narrow green leaves.
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For the most part due to their liquid and texture the Cuban Pearl herb. You must provide enough moisture and natural light.
One must often curtail the Cuba dwarf beads herb and get the moss-like look.
Once you have the basic care of this plant in handle, you can extend the sleek look through a few simple methods
Press on the stems or spray the roots with a means of moisturizing. New roots are formed and can be cut off from the parent plant.
Insert a piece of the plant in a moist mixture of peat and perlite. Cover the pot with a plastic bag and seal it with a rubber band. So the moisture will get. Now you must put this at one point with plenty of light and growth should be within the framework of one up to two weeks.
The Cuba dwarf-beads herb comes from the region of the Mediterranean
More specifically, it comes from Italy and Islands in the vicinity. But the plant was spread all over the world and used as a decoration or in the garden. She can continue to serve as a Habitat for amphibians. The plant can be sunk in water for fish tank completely. The plant can Earth or water to adapt, but not to both at the same time.
The plant must be adequately fertilized, and one must not overdo it with the water. There is a special type: Hemianthus callitrichoides. This is a smaller version of the same plant. This is the smallest aquarium plant, who knows the world. When to prune them regularly, she can remain on the surface of the water. The fish hide their little ones like to there. Keep food still there.
The Cuban Pearl herb looks beautifully in different containers
However, you should use dear tubes instead of removing them for irrigation.
Small pots can be made back and forth by Cuban Pearl herb
But it would best if you develop this most of the time in a damp environment. The bathroom would be a perfect place.
Through its ability to spread quickly, the plant can work wonderfully as a cover on the ground. They are used in many scenic installations and living together with other, moisture-loving species.
The Cuban Pearl herb like very much shade, moderate moisture outside. In the colder regions, the plant draws back in the winter and returns in the form of a lush in the spring.
How you can take care of the Cuba dwarf-beads herb
Temperature: 16 to 24 degrees celsius
Light: Bright or filtered light. When direct sunlight is from the plant, the plant could burn and lose their beautiful colors.
Water: The Earth must be slightly moist all the time. Use water at room temperature.
Earth: Use multi purpose soil. This is to keep the water but be suitable also for fertilizing.
Humidity: Very high. Cook the soil regularly to achieve the best possible results. So, the Earth will be always moist, without that you have to use too much water.
Feeding: If you insist on the fertilizer, then this type of balanced should be.
Cropping: Pick the dead leaves and prune regularly. So, his bushy appearance is obtained.
Botanical name: Soleirolia soleirolii (Helxine soleirolii)
Fits the plant somewhere in your home? I wish you much fun with their planting and hope to have been helpful by today’s article!