How do you take care of shamrock plants?


Shamrock Plants are perennial plants that are easy to grow and are mostly potted. To take care of these plants ensure that they are grown under cool temperature ranging from 50 to 75 degree. When the soil is dry you can water them knowing that over watering can cause rotting of the bulbs. These plants undergo dormancy therefore, remove the leaves carefully as they die then move them to bright location. Make sure they are not facing sunlight directly.
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1. Choose a planting site for the shamrock. Although it will grow in partial shade, its colors will be brighter and more flowers will be produced if the plant is located in full sunlight
They will cease to be dormant depending on the weather (ie is it freezing cold or is it so overcast that there is less daylight than normal) and more importantly the amount of light
Margaret, You should have received a boolet of instructions with them. If you lin in the deep south in zone 8-10 you can plant them outside in the ground. Plant 3-4" apart and
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Shamrock Plant Care Instructions
Shamrocks are easy to grow and make a beautiful addition to your garden. They also do very well as potted plants. Shamrocks are all part of the Oxalis species; the ones that are most common include: • Oxalis triangularis, with deep purple... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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