Growing Baby's Tear Houseplants are easy to grow (hardy) and pet-friendly. This quick growing houseplant goes well in a large range of environments.
Lighting: Baby's tears is a houseplant. The best part about it is that it doesn’t require excessive, direct sunlight. It can grow well in shady areas with marginal light. Keep them away from direct light as it may hinder their growth.
Water: For the optimal growth, it’s best to you keep your container or bed consistently moist. However, it should never be soggy. The first rule of baby’s tear plant care is to give it a moist environment but the level of water must not go overboard.
Temperature: Normal household temperatures or even a little cooler are best for a Baby Tear's plant. 60°-75° is an ideal temperature.