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Moss Rose

Portulaca grandiflora. Perhaps Moss Roses get their name from their low-growing habit and old-fashioned, rose-like flowers. Overwatering is the only thing that makes them unhappy, and fertilizing produces more foliage but fewer flowers. Seeds are best direct-sown after the last spring frost date and left uncovered as light aids germination. If sowing indoors, start them 6 to 8 weeks ahead. Transplant them gently into the garden to minimize root disturbance. Moss Roses prefers sandy, well-draining soil and full sun. Deer resistant. Annual. Summer-flowering. Height: 3" to 6".

Average seed life: 2 to 3 years.

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