Specie: S. soleirolii
baby's tears, angel's tears, mind-your-own-business, peace-in-the-home, Pollyanna vine, mother of thousands, and the Corsican curse, Irish moss
Name in Latin: Urticaceae
Name in English: The Nettle Family
Origin: native to the northern Mediterranean region in and around Italy
Growth Habit: delicate-looking creeping herb
Flower:tiny white flowers
Leaf: bright green or yellow leaves
ornamental and garden plant, can be grown indoors as a houseplant and used in habitats for amphibians.
Care and Handling
Soil: Any good potting mix
Amount of water: Keep the soil moist at all times. It will not tolerate dry soil.
Nutrition: Feed every 2 weeks spring through summer with balanced liquid house plant fertilizer diluted by half.
Special handling: It prefers shade and moderate moisture. It can even grow submersed in swampy environments
It is not a moss, nor should it be confused with Sagina subulata or Chondrus crispus, which are also known as "Irish moss"