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50Pcs Buddha's Hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis) Plant Seeds

50Pcs Buddha's Hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis) Plant Seeds

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Buddha's Hand is a kind of citrus fruit. That means it is related to oranges, lemons, and limes. But unlike those fruits, Buddha's Hand does not have any juice or pulp inside. It only has a thick peel that smells very nice. Some people use it to make perfume or candy. Others use it to decorate their homes or temples.

Once you have received our seeds, you can start on your planting journey.

Prepare some soil for your seeds

You can use any kind of potting soil that is good for citrus plants. You can also mix some sand or perlite with the soil to make it more airy and well-drained. You need to fill a small pot with the soil and make a small hole in the center.

Plant your seeds in the soil

You can plant one or two seeds in each pot. You need to put them in the hole and cover them with a thin layer of soil. Do not bury them too deep or they will not sprout.

Water your seeds regularly

Keep the soil moist but not soggy. You can use a spray bottle to mist the soil gently every day or every other day. Do not overwater your seeds or they will rot.

Place your pot in a sunny spot

You need to give your seeds enough light and warmth to grow. You can put your pot near a window or under a grow light. You need to make sure that the temperature is between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius (59 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit).

Wait for your seeds to germinate

This can take anywhere from two to four weeks.

Transplanting and Caring for Buddha's Hand

You need to transplant them into bigger pots when they have at least four leaves each. Fertilize them with a balanced fertilizer once a month during spring and summer. Prune them regularly to keep them in shape and prevent diseases.

And that's how you can grow your own Buddha's Hand plant! Isn't it fun and easy?

Thank you for reading and happy gardening!
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