Rose Moss

(Portulaca Grandiflora )

Low-growing annual with succulent leaves and brightly colored, cup-shaped flowers.


Quantity: Set of 6

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Nursery Pot
Nursery Pot
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Sam
Sam
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Dimensions: 25cm Diameter x 40cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Julie (Gloss)
Julie (Gloss)
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Dimensions: 25cm Diameter x 40cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Helen | White
Helen | White
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Dimensions: 26cm Diameter x 45cm Height

Material: Cement Fibre

Alena | Black
Alena | Black
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Dimensions: 24cm Diameter x 24cm Height

Material: Cement Fibre

Briana (Gloss)
Briana (Gloss)
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Dimensions: 21cm Diameter x 18cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Scarlett
Scarlett
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Dimensions: 27.5cm Diameter x 43cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Sale priceAED 18

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Description

Moss Rose, also known as Portulaca Grandiflora, is a beautiful and vibrant flowering plant that is native to South America. It is a low-growing succulent that produces a profusion of brightly colored flowers in shades of pink, red, yellow, orange, and white. The flowers are typically around 1 inch in diameter and have a delicate, papery texture. Moss Rose is a popular choice for gardeners and landscapers due to its hardiness and ability to thrive in hot, dry conditions. It is often used as a ground cover or in rock gardens, and can also be grown in containers or hanging baskets. The plant is drought-tolerant and requires minimal maintenance, making it an ideal choice for those who want a low-maintenance garden. In addition to its ornamental value, Moss Rose is also used in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. The plant contains a variety of compounds that have been shown to have therapeutic effects, including...

Caring for your Rose Moss

Light Requirements - Direct Sunlight
Pet Friendliness - No