The Rose of Gerico (Selaginella lepidophylla) is a species of the Selaginellacee family and its native environment is Central America.
The plant without water does not actually die; it remains petrified as it got into hibernation.
The rain gives new life to the plant and it quickly becomes green again.
Its discoverer was Van Gericho and it is also called plant of the "resurrection".
HOW TO MAKE THE ROSE OF VAN JERICHO BLOOM:
In order to make its leaves open, the plant must be dipped in slightly warm water and then hold on a soup plate caring the plant is always to contact with the water (at least half centimeter).
Daily nebulizing is appreciated in stagnant air conditions.
It is opportune not to hold the plant to a temperature below 15 degrees C.
It has to be placed indoor in a luminous enough place with ventilated atmosphere.
When water begins to lack, the plant will enter in its vegetative rest again, awaiting the idro-climatic conditions are recreated.
It is advised to hold the Rose of Van Jericho in vegetation for no longer than three four days periods, and put aside only after it is completely desiccated.
N. 10 Rose di Jericho included cost shipment in all Europe € 66,00