Water clover looks lucky and lives up to its name because of its floating leaves. This versatile plant thrives in just about any water garden -- even in shade, making it a great choice for beginning water gardeners.
Lighting Needs: Does best in low to bright indirect sunlight coming from the South/East/West
Soil Type: A GOOD general purpose potting soil (a soil that retains water yet drains well) will suffice. Check purchased soil to see that it is well aerated and add sand or perlite and peat moss if it seems to pack too tightly. Give the plants a chance to settle in before going back to whatever fertilization program has been successful for you. If you want to mix your own take: 1 part garden soil, 1 part coarse sand or perlite, 1 part peat or humus and a dusting of ground limestone.
Watering: Keep the soil on the wet side and if you use rainwater, be careful as it could be acidic. Use warm water.
Fertilizer: Feed every two weeks during the spring and summer with a water soluble fertilizer diluted by half. Do not fertilize new or repotted plants for at least 4 months.
Plant Pests: Prone to none Always inspect any new plant for pests before introducing it to your home or greenhouse.
Gardening Tips & Care: Make sure there is always water in the saucer under this plant. A good plant for a terrarium.
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