Flowers - Micro - Cultivation
Micro flowers thrive in mild climates and can be grown both indoors and outdoors. They are grown from seed, and when planted outdoors, the soil should be mixed with organic materials and compost to create a fertile foundation. Micro flowers should be fertilized every couple of weeks when grown outdoors and frequently watered to keep the soil moist. They also need some periods of sun and some shade to be protected from harsh temperatures. When grown indoors, Micro flowers grow best on a sunny windowsill in moistened potting soil and a well-draining container. Once planted, the soil should be covered until the seeds begin to sprout and misted daily to promote growth. Micro flowers will begin to sprout in 3-7 days and will be ready for harvest as early as 1-2 weeks. When harvested, they should be cut with scissors at the base of the stems just above the soil.