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-How to Revive a Dying Plant- DO NOT over water a potted plant. Too much water can cause the roots to rot and which will kill your plant. The pot tray… is this full of water? Is a classic sign of over watering. Once a week, dip your finger in the soil. If the soil is nice and moist then it doesn't need water. Use mulch, he retains water and moisture and slowly releases it into the soil over time. Check the mulch on a weekly basis – if it is very dry, then give it a little water.
light: these cuties can seriously take the heat. give them the sunniest spot in your home. water: water very sparingly. soil should be dry to the touch at all times, but if you notice that their petals are withering and puckered, it’s time to water.
Believe it or not even in cold weather climates, you can plant a fall garden and watch it grow. While the thought of a lush, vibrant garden typically conjures up images of summer, with the right planning and the right planting, you can achieve autumn abundance.