Content: 5 little bulbs of the most beautiful plant ever! Plant the bulbs about 2 cm deep in soil, evenly divided in minimum potsize 10/12 cm diameter). Put the pot in a bright spot but avoid full sun when stems appear. Water regularly, ensure drainage. Oxalis also grows outside: the plant then disappears in autumn and usually returns (in case of no heavy freezing) in spring. As a houseplant, the oxalis also needs a rest period, usually in winter. Stop watering if the leaves look bad and die off. After 2-4 weeks (or longer) new stems appear, then you can start watering again. The bulbs are small, but don’t worry, when they start growing, you’ll fall in love!