English Names: Graceful Sandmat, Graceful spurge, large spotted spurge, milk purslane
Graceful Sandmat is an annual herb with milky sap. Stems are hairless, erect, and often red. Oppositely arranged leaves are oblong-elliptic. Flowers are minute, clustered into cup-like cyathia, cyathia borne solitary in the leaf axil and in dense, nearly leafless glomrules constituting lateral branches.
Use: it is used as borders or container plant
Height:Up to 2 to 3 feet
Difficulty to grow:Easy to grow.
Care: This plant is extremely low-maintenance, an absolute workhorse in the garden, blooming almost the entire planting season and with no deadheading needed.
Soil: well-drained soil
Fertilizer:Apply any organic fertilizer
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