|Tristellateia Australasiae prefers a temperature up to 40°C.|
|This plant needs open direct sunlight for it to bloom, if kept in shade it may not flower.|
|Tristellateia Australasiae needs normal humidity.|
|Tristellateia Australasiae needs daily watering and sometimes twice a day for it to constantly bloom.|
Tristellateia Australasiae | Shower of Gold | Vining Milkweed | Galphimia Vinecan certainly is described as low maintenance species. However, This plant may be allowed to grow freely as a showy oval-shaped shrub or be pruned or hedged. Topiary applications are even possible with this plant as it has a compact growth form. Regardless of how you prune your thrills, it is important to note that the flowers grow terminally, at the ends of branches, and therefore pruning too heavily and too often will prevent the plant from flowering to its full potential. The propagation is through seeds and also by stem cuttings taken in summer. Seeds are sown or cuttings can be inserted in sandy soil. Enrich the soil with compost and transplant in ground 4 to 6 feet apart or in pots. However, for the best results water and use fertilizers regularly. Tristellateia Australasiae | Shower of Gold | Vining Milkweed | Galphimia Vine does not need specific care and there are no serious insect or disease problems. The plants grow wilder in shady areas. Occasionally remove leggy stems to keep the plant from looking unruly.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the real plant to deliver. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The plant will be in a plastic pot, not the one shown in the picture.