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My plant survives, indeed I expect it to flourish after repotting it. However, it suffers unsightly brown tips to the leaves. I trim with sharp scissors and only water half a cup per month. Any ideas please on cause, prevention and cure. Thanks
after checking my tomato plants yesterday i have become worried! The top new leaf growth seem to be turning a yellowish colour and the actual plant is wilting, looks like it is dying for water but are watered regular, same thing seems
hi ,i am a keen gardner and is allways looking for tips about watering plants in the greenhouse,i have one tip that i use and that is when you have plants standing in the greenhouse,get a old coke bottel and cut it in half and than hang it above
, doesn't look that great does it. You say new, but how new? Did you plant it this spring? In the third photo the plants in the background look OK, are all of them in trouble of just a few? If it's just planted watering and firming in should last
Learn how to plant up a traditional hanging basket, with Sarah Raven's advice on choosing a basket and plants, as well as tips on retaining water. springMore advice on hanging basketsRachel de Thame demonstrates how to plant up a traditional
Water adds a new dimension to any garden and our pond-in-a-pot is the ideal place to grow miniature waterlilies and other small aquatic plants. This idea is quick and easy to make and requires minimal care. The larger the container, the more
and planted in the upper. Does anyone remember this? and what the plant and usage was? My guess would be a form of watering.
providing you don't use much in the way of soap or oils. Try and avoid wetting the leaves - the soil will take care of most things if you water around the plants. oh.. that is good to know..we have been using hose pipe up through bathroom window and tkaing
is that the leaves in the head of the plants are coiling or twisting downwards, a lot of people get concerned about this, but it is in fact a good sign. Watering? Yes, but in my experience it's easier to under-water, rather than over-water when using growbags
Thinking of planting some Hemp agrimony for the butterflies it attracts. I know it likes the damp but can I actually plant in the shallow area of my pond? Can it survive under water...if so, up to what depth?