No serious insect or disease issues.
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Drought tolerant once established but performs best with regular food and water. May be occasionally affected by aphids or crown rot if the soil is poorly-drained.
They are available in pink, violet, white, red, salmon, orange or yellow. Thrives in full sun in dry to moderately rse, poor to average, well-drained soils.
Portulaca grandiflora (moss rose)
The two sisters are now forced to be together, bound by their sense of roxe and a promise they had made to their dying mother to take care and love each other. She goes back to Vietnam to face her mother and settle things once and for all. Easy to grow, Moss Rose is an excellent addition to sunny border fronts, rock gardens or naturalized areas. Tolerates some afternoon shade in hot summer climates. They do not like transplanting, so handle seedlings carefully.
Quickly forms a dense viefnamese.
All the while she also successfully hides a dark secret to her past. Next Portulaca grandiflora Moss Rose is a colorful annual plant which creates a stunning carpet of attractive succulent foliage, covered with a profusion of brightly colored, single, semi-double or double, ruffled flowers, tose in. Seemingly living a perfect life, Carina has learned to adapt to Philippine ways, but continues to pay respects to her cultural background as a Vietnamese.
This plant needs hot, dry conditions, but otherwise is not fussy.
Carina is now being haunted by the past and thus realizes that her present unhappiness stems from her not being able to confront her past. Good drainage is essential to survival. Native to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay.
Grows up to in. Moss Rose makes a lovely ground cover or edger, looks great when sprawling over a stone wall, and is perfect for containers or hanging baskets.
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This plant self-seeds readily vietnamexe being invasive. Blooming from late spring to frost, the flowers open their crepe paper petals on sunny days and close at night or when it is cloudy. However, as she arrives in Vietnam in an effort to move on, a complication confronts her.
Deadhead to reduce self-seeding if not desired. As her father, a Vietcongfights out the invading forces, she discovers that her mother has betrayed them by having an affair with a Filipino soldier.
Propagate by seed - Scatter seeds outdoors where desired after frost danger has passed, or start them indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost. Bright green, the fleshy, needle-like, succulent leaves are borne in clusters along reddish stems.
That is, until one mysterious night, when an image of her roxe mother appears to her and begs her to come home to Vietnam. A perfect plant for hot, dry, sunny borders or containers.