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Babys' Tears

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Babys' Tears

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Baby’s Tears or Soleirolia soleirolii, also known as angel’s tears, bits and pieces and mind-your-own-business, is an outdoor plant that we use as a stunning ground cover.

Baby's Tears is grown as an attractive ground cover plant, with its vibrant green leaves, great for the use in landscaping. it can also be grown indoors in a careful environment - partial shade and a good amount of water. As this is primarily an outside plant you will find that is where it grows best. Baby's Tears is also a very popular plant for the use of terrariums, as they like quite humid conditions and damper soil - if used in terrariums make sure it is one without a lid as Baby's Tear also likes air flow!

Baby’s Tears grows tiny leaves, roughly 1cm in diameter, and can grow to around 20cm in height. It has a spreading nature which makes it great as a ground cover. While it does flower, they are very inconspicuous and tiny.

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Baby’s Tears or Soleirolia soleirolii, also known as angel’s tears, bits and pieces and mind-your-own-business, is an outdoor plant that we use as a stunning ground cover.

Baby's Tears is grown as an attractive ground cover plant, with its vibrant green leaves, great for the use in landscaping. it can also be grown indoors in a careful environment - partial shade and a good amount of water. As this is primarily an outside plant you will find that is where it grows best. Baby's Tears is also a very popular plant for the use of terrariums, as they like quite humid conditions and damper soil - if used in terrariums make sure it is one without a lid as Baby's Tear also likes air flow!

Baby’s Tears grows tiny leaves, roughly 1cm in diameter, and can grow to around 20cm in height. It has a spreading nature which makes it great as a ground cover. While it does flower, they are very inconspicuous and tiny.

Plant is native to the Northern Mediterranean, and likes damp soil in mid-light. Treat it like a fern.

Please note that root clumps are about half a cupful- this is an easy plant to root. You will receive one half cup of dirt/plant that needs to be planted just below the top of wet soil as soon as possible.