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Helxine soleirolii, Baby Tears - Succulent Plant

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Soleirolia is a fast-growing, mat-forming perennial with creeping, rooting stems bearing small, rounded leaves and inconspicuous pinkish flowers


  • Helxine soleirolii, Baby Tears - Succulent Plant- 1
  • 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)- 1
  • 3.3 inch (8 cm) Square Plastic Planter with Rounded Edges (Red)- 1

Soleirolia is a wide-creeping evergreen perennial with slender, rooting, pink or green stems bearing tiny rounded leaves and minute pinkish-white flowers in summer.

Plant Specifications

Plant Height 5.6 inch (14 cm)
Plant Spread 3 inch (8 cm)
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Mother of thousands, angels tears,
Maximum Reachable Height Upto 10 cm
Flower Colour Pinkish-white
Bloom Time Summer
Difficulty Level Easy

Planting and care

Grow under glass or as a house-plant in a loam-based compost with added grit in full light with shade from hot sun or in partial shade. Water freely in summer but keep just moist in winter. Can be grown outdoors in any soil but may be invasive and becomes deciduous in frost prone areas; suitable for use as bedding, including hanging baskets

Helxine soleirolii care

Sunlight Exposed or ShelteredSouth-facing or West-facing or East-facing or North-facing
Watering Keep soil moist
Soil Well-drained, Moist but well-drained
Fertilizer Use any organic fertilizer

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can dwarf baby tears grow in sand?

Yes, can grow Dwarf baby tears in the sand.

How to propagate baby tears plant?

Propagating baby tears by division. Baby tears are simple to propagate Press any attached stem or shoot into the moist rooting medium. In fairly short order, new roots will have formed and the new plant may be cut from the parent plant.

How to water baby tears plant?

Before water, Baby tears plant Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. Water when topsoil (1-2 inches) feels dry to touch. Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy season.

Can baby tears grow in water?

Yes, you can grow Baby tears in water.

Can dwarf baby tears grow on rocks?

Yes, you can Dwarf baby tears on the rock. Dwarf baby tears are usually found rooting on porous rocks or driftwood pieces.

How to care for a baby tears plant?

Consider the following points to care Baby tears plant Sunlight- Natural indirect bright sunlight is required. Soil- Soil or potting mixture should be well-drained, fertile and nutrient-rich.Water-Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer during the main growing season(spring and summer).

How to revive baby tears plant?

Make sure your plant is getting enough amount of bright indirect sunlight, No need to water it daily, water it when the upper layer of the soil (1-2 inches) feels dry to touch. avoid overwatering. Check the drainage hole to allow excess water to escape. Protect your plant from a hot climate by keeping it in a mildly warm and dry location. Feed it with any organic nitrogen-rich fertilizer once a month.

What does baby tears plant look like?

Babys tear has a moss-like appearance with small round green leaves on fleshy stems. Mostly sought out for its low growing habit (6 inches). Baby tears have a tiny round or bean-shaped leaves that grow on thin fragile stems.

How to transplant baby tears plant?

1. Choose a slightly larger pot. If you’re transplanting your plant into a new pot, choose a pot that is 1 to 2 inches larger in diameter and 1 to 2 inches deeper than the plant’s current pot.
2. Choose a pot with drainage holes. When you’re selecting a new pot, make sure it has drainage holes to allow excess water to drain.
3. Cover the drainage holes. Cover the drainage holes with something that will allow water to pass through, like a paper towel or small-sized stone.
5. Put a few inches of soil in the new pot. You’ll need a base of soil under the plant so the roots have something to grow into. Don’t overfill the pot.
6. Remove the plant from its current pot without disturbing the root ball.
7. Place plant in new pot. As you place the plant into its new pot, center it by looking down on it from above and making sure it’s not closer to any one side of the pot than the others.
9. Fill the pot with soil. Once you’ve placed the plant in the new pot, you’ll want to put soil into the pot around the rootball. Don’t overfill the pot - the soil line should be about 1” below the top of the pot.
10. Water the plant. Once your plant is in its new pot and you’ve filled the pot with soil, water the plant.

Will dwarf baby tears grow on driftwood?

Yes, Dwarf baby tears grow on driftwood.

Why is my baby tears plant dying?

The main reasons for dying Baby tears plant are as follows.
1.Due to overwatering to plant.
2.Due to harsh sunlight.
3.Lack of Nutrient.
4.Disease infestation.

Will dwarf baby tears grow without co2?

Dwarf baby tears already a slow grower, so not providing Co2 to this plant made it grow even slower.

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