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Any plant that grows either completely submerged in, or with leaves and flowers emerging from, water. It may be rooted in the soil or compost under water, or be free floating.
hi !! can anyone help ? can i transfer washine machine water to my water butt to use as grey water on my garden ? do i need to add anything to it ? can it be used on plants and veggies ? HELP !!! I personally would use it on ornamental plants
An organism, viral, bacterial, fungal or parasitical, that attacks plants. It may be water, air or soil borne, or carried by insects.
the water softer while not harming the plants?
I really love the trick with the saucer at the bottom - although I did put water retaining granules in my hanging baskets my plants never seemed to have enough water!
Hosepipe bans and water restrictions are always a challenge for gardeners. But if you get into the habit of saving water in your garden, you'll be able to take the restrictions in your stride. Storing rainwater will mean you can keep your plants
hi all im having problems with my aloe ferox indoor plant. The lower leaves are starting to curl and die is this due to under or over watering? sounds like lack of water,feel the soil with your finger,if its very dry then lack of water
As temperatures rise and summer sets in, give your container plants a little time and care. Water, feed and deadhead them regularly over the next few weeks and you can keep plants flowering and looking good right into autumn.Container plantsWatering
the water in 1 of the water butts has developed a coveing of green slime, which now has 'bubbles' in some areas as well. Is it ok to use for watering plants or should I dump all the water and clean out the butt? It's just because the water been
Often when I grow courgettes (in containers), and sometimes with pumpkins, the plants split their stems just when they seem to be developing well. Is it a watering issue? I try to water consistently and reasonably. It doesn't seem to be a fatal