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water mimosa bundle (10brunches)


Price range: 80 - 100 THB / bunch | Market: Talaad Thai Market | Date: 2022-05-23

Water Mimosa

Asiatic dayflower (Commelina communis) is a plant that seems like it should be an outdoor, perennial flower. But in fact, it's an annual. Despite this, many homeowners and landscapers consider the Asiatic dayflower to be a weed because of its rapid growth and reproduction, which allow it to outcompete many other plants in the landscape. Asiatic dayflower is widely distributed across the southern U.S., which means it can be found in most states between Florida and California, including Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. It prefers moist areas because its underground stems are fleshy and water-soaked, and it's a common sight along the banks of rivers and streams in addition to being found near drainage ditches or in soggy lawns. In moist soil, Asiatic dayflower is very easy to control with practices including hand-pulling when small (before the plant produces seeds) and cultivating frequently during dry weather. This plant is shallow-rooted, so cultivation can go deeper than hand-pulling. In fact, cultivating three to four times a week for six weeks will usually kill it. The fast reproduction of the Asiatic dayflower means that if this weed makes it through the summer and autumn, it may still produce seeds before winter arrives. This often results in a flush of new Asiatic dayflower seedlings the following spring. Seedling control is important because these plants will not be as easily controlled as a mature plant would be, and they also bear seeds to start another generation. Pre-emergent herbicides will help prevent Asiatic dayflower from germinating, but this may not be a practical long-term solution because the herbicide will kill many other desirable plants as well, and you'll have to repeat it often. In conclusion, the Asiatic dayflower is very adaptable and invasive. But with diligence, you can keep your yard Asiatic dayflower free. Asiatic dayflower [named for the flower's resemblance to a day of the week, or possibly for Commelina, a genus in the family Commelinaceae] is a plant that seems like it should be an outdoor perennial but in fact, is an annual. Despite this, many homeowners and landscapers consider the Asiatic dayflower to be a weed because of its rapid growth and reproduction, which allow it to outcompete many other plants in the landscape. Asiatic dayflower is widely distributed across the southern U.S., which means it can be found in most states between Florida and California, including Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. It prefers moist areas because its underground stems are fleshy and water-soaked, and it's a common sight along the banks of rivers and streams in addition to being found near drainage ditches or in soggy lawns.

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