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Cosandra infundibuliformis . C13


Beautify your life with the magic of the Crossandra. Take home this botanical masterpiece that is sure to add a touch of elegance and mystery to your surroundings.

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Cosandra, also known as "Moon Flower", has its roots in distant lands, where it has been appreciated for its splendid appearance and cultural symbolism. Its history is intertwined with legends that speak of love and mystery, making it a captivating addition to any green space.

Cosandra is noted for its unique and exquisite flowers, which resemble small moons in full bloom. Its soft, delicate petals create a mesmerizing effect, while its dark green foliage adds an enchanting contrast. This plant is perfect for enhancing indoor and outdoor aesthetics, and its presence will be the center of attention.

To keep your Crossandra radiant, proper care is essential. Water it sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid waterlogging, as Crossandra prefers a slightly moist but well-drained substrate. Feed your plant monthly during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer to promote healthy flowering and lush foliage.

Crossandra shows amazing versatility in adapting to different climatic conditions. It can withstand short periods of moderate cold, but prefers warm climates and constant temperatures. In cold climates, be sure to protect it from extreme cold and frost by placing it in a sheltered location or moving it indoors during the colder season.


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Crossandra or Moon flower.
Crossandra infundibuliformis is native to tropical India and Sri Lanka.
It usually reaches a height of 30 to 60 centimeters, although in ideal conditions it could grow a little taller.
Most common colour is orange, but there are varieties in salmon, corals, yellows
Mainly during spring and summer.
A semi shade area is perfect for Crossandra, however it can be get used to sunny areas.
It grows best in areas with warm temperatures, and usually suffers with temperatures below 10 ºC.
Moderate watering without puddling and make sure that the soil does not dry out too much between watering. Reduce watering in winter.
Sowing distance
You can plant Crossandra every 30cms approx.
Use Crossandra in pots, or groups in the garden, also nice with blue flowers such as Agapanthus.
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