MacFlowers Small Growing Set with Sleeping Tree "Sloth"

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Real dormancy tree, also known as silk acacia, grows from this flower box. It pulls its leaves together in the evening and seems to be asleep. A great gift for all little and big sloths. Bottled and made in Schleswig Holstein (Germany). Read more
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Brand:
MacFlowers
Article number:
776768
EAN:
4260533159552
SKU:
776768
Availability:
In stock (79)

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Floral greetings with MacFlowers!

A real dormancy tree, silk acacia or Albizia julibrissin grows from this flower box.

The fast-growing dormancy tree can be kept very well in a container or planted out in the garden. Its filigree, double-pinnate leaves fold in during the evening and in dry conditions. In summer it displays an umbrella-like crown and numerous fine, light pink and slightly fragrant flowers in powder puff form at the tips of its upper shoots.

The small canned flowers are a lovely gift for big and small or for yourself. You watch the little plants germinate and grow and are delighted to see them thrive and blossom. The growing kit contains everything the seeds need to thrive: Dry granules, seeds, nutrients. Just keep the granules moist and place the tin on a bright windowsill indoors. Easy as pie.

This is how it's done:

  1. Remove the instructions from the bottom lid and reattach it to the bottom of the can.
  2. Open the top lid.
  3. Add water until the can contents are well moistened. Please do not wet.
  4. Give the seeds a place with a very good light source, preferably behind a glass window and always keep them slightly moist.

The silk acacia seeds will germinate within two to three weeks at 20 to 25° Celsius.

Dimensions: height 8 cm, diameter 7.5 cm.

The tins are 100 % recyclable.

Bottled and made in Germany - Schleswig Holstein.

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