Strings of vibrant green sweet-heart foliage dipped with pink petals; it is easy to see why the pink polka got its name. Flowers that appear in late summer closely resemble the shape of lipstick in a pallet of pale pink hues.
This Pink Polka likes hanging out in the bathroom getting ready to put on its blooms.
Be cruel to be Kind! If your trailing plant is quite long and leggy with not many flowers. A quick trim after flowering in autumn means you will get even more next year.
Pruning back longer stems by a third will promote bushier growth and subsequently more blooms. Expect blooms in late summer and early autumn.
Blooming lovely! If you don’t have many flowers, try moving this plant somewhere warm, bright and humid. You will be thanked in the late summer.
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