Sensitive Tree Mimosa Pudica Houseplant Seeds
15 Sensitive Plant seeds. A Mimosa Pudica, Sensitive Plant, produces small, pink, powder-puff like flowers in the summer. When kept indoors as a houseplant, a Sensitive Plant may never bloom but its leaves will still open and close. When used as a houseplant, a Sensitive Plant is not usually bothered by plant pests.
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Plant two or three seeds in each small flower pot, or plant seeds in trays. Place each seed just barely below the surface of the soil, about 3mm (⅛ in.) down.
Water until the soil is slightly moist, but not soggy. Water again whenever the soil is about to dry out.
In ideal conditions with temperatures around 70ºF (21ºC), the seeds may germinate in under a week. In less ideal conditions, or if you didn't soak the seeds, this may take two to four weeks.
Once your plant reaches maturity, transplant it to a larger pot whenever the roots come out the drainage hole or press against the sides of the container.