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Mimosa pudica or touch-me-not in a growing pot for children

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Mimosa pudica: leaves move when touched!

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5,95 €

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25 4,70 € Up to 31,15 €
50 4,58 € Up to 68,30 €
75 4,45 € Up to 112,35 €
100 4,33 € Up to 161,80 €
150 4,20 € Up to 262,50 €
Growing pot with Mimosa pudica or Touch-me-not seeds. Mimosa pudica, or sensitive mimosa, is originally from Louisiana and is truly unique: it retracts when touched, as if it were shy! Its small pink flowers look like pompoms and everybody wants to touch it to see how it reacts. Try it out with this full growing kit! The growing pot and dehydrated coconut soil allow you to grow it indoors. As long as the compost stays humid and the plant in sunlight, leaves will grow quickly and you will be able to see their reaction when touched! Composed of: - 8 cm diamter terracotta growing pot - 8 cm diameter Terracotta saucer -6 cm coconut soil pellet to be rehydrated in warm water - Sensitive mimosa seed pack. Our advice: Don't play with the young leaves too much to avoid damaging the plant. Wait for it to grow a few leaves first.
Organic seeds or conventional seeds: Graines non bio
Sowing Period: All the year round indoors
Kind of plant Vivace cultivée en annuelle
Difficulty: Débutant
Family: Fleur
Replanter Souhaitable mais pas nécessaire
Perfume: Non parfumé
Brand: Radis et Capucine
Recycled material: Coco tablets issued from recycling of coconuts waste
Plant color: Verte
Height: 30-80 cm
Exposure: Soleil / Mi-ombre
Sowing period: Toute l'année en intérieur
Germination: 8 à 10 jours
Flowering period: Mai
Synonyme Sensitive
DDM/DLUO 12 mois
Se conserve au frais Non

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