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Eriocaulon cinereum is an annual plant, at least in wild. Back in Taiwan(where E. cinereum is a native plant), you only find this species popular on market at summer time. It 'disappears' from market after the temperature drops.

It usually stops growing leaves after it starts to develop flowers, and the plant will die eventually after it loses all the leaves.

People usually cut off the flowers and give it more root ferts to keep the plant growing. I am not sure how well this method works though.

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