Mosaic Flowers

Definition - What does Mosaic Flowers mean?

A mosaic flower refers to a household plant that grows as a perennial. A mosaic plant can grow up to 6 inches (15 cm). It grows best when allowed to flourish for three years or more.

There are different types of mosaic plants, with the most popular being Peru and Argyroneura. These flowers require proper water, sun, soil, and pH to thrive.

MaximumYield explains Mosaic Flowers

Mosaic flowers are considered to be quite attractive. Their leaves normally bear pink, red, or white veins.

To properly care for this plant, it is important to place it in a warm room and offer constant moisture, especially around the leaves. Gardeners tend to set their plant pot on a saucer filled with damp pebbles to ensure that the plant is kept moist. It is also advisable to mist the flowers and leaves several times a day. However, it is important to not overwater the plants otherwise the roots may rot.

Flowers should be pruned on a regular basis to help the plant flourish and stop the plant from turning to seed.

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