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Huernias can be grown as intriguing indoor, greenhouse, or summer patio container plants almost anywhere. Protect outdoor plants from frost and rain during winter and full sun in summer. Plant enthusiasts worldwide grow Huernias because of their interesting stem shapes and colors and the often intricate and fascinating flower forms and colors. Huernias prefer bright light or partial shade. In nature, they grow underneath shrubs or other plants. Too much sun causes stems to develop protective reddish or purple pigmentation and can scald the stems. Too little light leads to weak, thin growth with decreased flower production. Plants should be kept dry during the dormant winter season. When Huernias are actively growing, they need to be watered. Allow the soil to dry one inch (2.5 cm) down the container between waterings.



* Picture and information intended only as a guide.  Size and colours of plants will vary, not any 1 plant is exactly the same and minor variations will occur.


** All plants will be posted bare rooted.


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