Suaeda taxifolia aka Needle Leaf Seepweed


Common names

Needle Leaf Seepweed, Woolly Seablite

How to care for Needle Leaf Seepweed


Needle Leaf Seepweed should be watered regularly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings.


To ensure optimal growth, the Needle Leaf Seepweed prefers bright indirect light for 6-8 hours each day. Insufficient light can result in slow growth and leaf drop, so it's important to find a well-lit location for this plant. Place it near a window, within a distance of 1 meter (3 feet), to enhance its potential for thriving.


There is no verified data on the toxicity of this plant in the records of Ploi. If any person, including yourself, a family member, or a pet, consume plant material with an uncertain toxicity level, it is advisable to seek the advice of a healthcare expert.

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