UCPS Grown Goldfish Plant in 4in pot

Deriving their name from the look of their blossoms.  Fully bloomed, the plant is a beautiful sight to see.

Goldfish plants light bright filtered light.  An east facing window works well, as long as it doesn't get too hot, as the plant can be sensitive to very hot conditions.

In the warmer months, keep the soil damp but not wet.  In winter when growth slows, allow the soil to get lightly dry, but not fully dry, before watering again.

They thrive best in temperatures of 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit, with moderate humidity.

Grown in the greenhouse at Seguin Gardens