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I keeps getting new sprouts, but also constantly looses large leaves.
Thanks. And what about the limp leaves? Cut them off when they have lost enough water in them? Or just wait until they fall off?
i have an Aloe, probably Vera, which bloomed this year, it grew a 2 meter long stipe which fell off after a while. Now there's little ones...
It's in my flat, it's not in direct sunlight, i'm fertilizing about every 4 or 6 weeks or so. Humidity should have gone down, since i turned up...
what is up with my Perilla Magilla?
I ended up planting Million Bells, Pelargonium and Fuchsia on one side and Ivy, Mandevilla and moss rose on the other side. i'll see how it works.
A foto of the situation on my balcony:
But it wouldn't really hang? Would it? I imagined something that get's at least 1m in length or so.
i have a very sunny balcony (direct sun ~9am to 2pm) with too 10-15L fix mounted pots on them. I would like to plant some nice...
i have the following three plants since a few month, can someone please identify them?
Trim the roots?
So, rinsing the soil what be a good option? How do you best do that with plants of this size? Should i cut them back too?
i have problems with several plants. Do you know what these have? We have them at work, so i don't know what species they are. What can i...
With the bark you mean bark chips / bark mulch? How larger should those be?
Ok, did you mean the same pot (the one without leaves).
I'm not sure about the vermiculite / perlite in the soil thought, doesn't it keep too...
But do you think it's possible to rescue the larger pot?
I have about 40% potting soil, 30% vermiculite, 30% cactus-soil.
The peat-moss-clay is just on top since i heard that casing is good.
Oh, i forgot. There's no vermiculite in the right (good) pot, but perlite.
And i applied a half inch layer of peat moss casing to the sick one.
i have two little avocado trees. The first is almost completely dead, all leaves were coming off over a few months. I repotted it, the...
How should i let them rest? With the roots wrapped in a damp tissue?