Mimosa (Chui mui) Seeds
Mimosa (Chui mui) Seeds
Mimosa Seeds
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seed sowing instructions in hindi

Mimosa Pudica | Lajwanti | Touch Me Not Plant Seeds (Chui Mui)

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Mimosa, also known as the Sensitive Plant, Touch Me Not Plant, Shame Plant, Mimosa Pudica,  Lajwanti, Chui Mui, And Sleepy Plant. The Sensitive (Lajwanti) plants also produce small pink-purple pom-pom flowers during summer. Growing Mimosa (Touch me not) from seeds is easy following the steps below. You can grow it in balconies, home gardens, and terrace gardens. Buy the best quality Mimosa Pudica/Lajwanti Seeds online at the best price from www.organicbazar.net with a high germination temperature.

Product Detail

  • Number of Chui Mui Seeds: 50 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Best Sowing Season: Spring and Summer
  • Sowing method: Direct
  • Germination temperature: 20-29°C
  • Germination time: Within one week
  • Flowering season: Summer

What size grow bag is best for Mimosas?

When To Sow Mimosa Pudica Seeds In India

The best time to sow the mimosa seeds is in spring (February-March) and summer (April-June), or other than this, you can sow the sensitive seeds indoors throughout the year under warm conditions.

How To Grow Mimosa From Seeds 

Sow mimosa (touch me not) seeds directly when the soil temperature is around 20-29°C. Soak mimosa seeds in water for 24 hours to encourage faster germination.

Mimosa Seeds Sowing Method 

Take a pot or grow bag, fill it with the potting soil mix, and moisten it by watering it. Sow the sensitive seeds about ⅛ inch deep in the soil, water them, and keep the soil moist. Place the pot in a bright warm place. Mimosa seeds germinate in a week.

Repotting Mimosa Plant 

Touch Me Not plant grows very fast, so it needs to be repotted many times. Transplant your mimosa plant whenever you see roots coming out through the drainage holes in the pot.

Fertilizer For Mimosa Flower Plant 

You can apply liquid soluble fertilizer (vermicompost, organic liquid fertilizer, or neem cake) weekly during the mimosa plant's growing season and monthly in winter.

Mimosa Flower Plant Care Tips

Soil - Use loamy and well-drained soil to plant mimosa.
Water - Keep the soil moist and water the mimosa plant whenever the soil becomes dry.
Sunlight - The sensitive plant thrives in 6-8 hours of sunlight but does not grow well in shade.
Temperature - Mimosa plants grow best in temperatures between 18-30°C.
Common pests and diseases - The sensitive plant is not infected with any serious disease but some pests like spider mites, thrips, and mimosa webworms bother the plant. They can be removed by spraying neem oil on the mimosa plant.

Mimosa Plant Bloom Time

  • The sensitive plant blooms in summer and produces small pinkish-purple flowers.
  • But sometimes, flowers don't appear when plants don't get proper sunlight, so moving your container to the sun is best.

Mimosa Plants Special Feature

  • Common names - Sensitive Plant, Touch Me Not Plant, Shame Plant, Mimosa Pudica,  Lajwanti, Chui Mui, And Sleepy Plant
  • Scientific name - Mimosa pudica
  • Height - Up to 18 inches (5 feet wide)
  • Level of growing - Moderate
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