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Transplanting Native Plants
... 's permission and more often than not we were unsuccessful. It involved taking a large root ball. Unfortunately, it is a pity that we could not have had better results, because most ... flora can be seen. Some time ago an old friend suggested that I should bare root plants and treat them like cuttings. He sent me bare rooted seedlings and I potted ...
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Wilting Leaves - African Violets Forum - GardenWeb
... on the sides and bottom of the pot as well as on the root ball. Don't confuse the perlite for the white powder. If you have white ... and are perfectly healthy. I would suspect you have some kind of root condition as Nancy has suggested. I would venture either soil ... Nancy has suggested. If there is no white substance than I would suspect root rot. I hope this helps, Larry Post a Follow-Up Please Note: ...
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Leggy AV's--Help Needed!! - African Violets Forum - GardenWeb
... leaves if you think they need to go, then cutting off some of the bottom root ball so you can sink the plant down into the pot so that the stem you ... if by chance the stem should break off from the root ball, just repot it without the rootball and that scraped stem will root out just fine, you'll just need to keep ...
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Another repot or not questions (pics) - Orchids Forum - GardenWeb
... to me disturbed depends on how dense the root system is, but it is difficult ususally to remove the root ball from a clay pot to check. Plastic ... to cut the ball in half with a sterilized saw, and set the two halves of root ball into the new pots. If you cut the ball in half, often ... I was surprised to find very few pieces of lava rock in that root ball. I guess I didn't use very much the last time I ...
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The Staghorn Fern: A Rarity Worth Growing
... . This is accomplished by first wrapping the roots in damp sphagnum and then tying the root ball tightly to the bark with cotton string. Eventually the roots and sterile frond will grip ...
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Gardening On The Move
... This is particularly important when moving plants in hot weather; the reduced root system simply cannot take up enough water to support a full ... energy, which for this season would be more profitably spent reestablishing its root system. Plants should be dug in to the same depth as ... to part with, shake or wash most of the soil from the root ball; this is hard on the plant but will remove most of the ...
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Jack Christensen's Practical Rose-Growing Tips
... of rose food with the soil in the hole. Be careful not to break the root ball when planting. Water well to help the plant get established. Feed again about 6 weeks ...
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Proper Planting
... depth of the roots. Water out to drip line. Only water the area of the root ball two times. After that, water outside that area so the roots will grow outward. Remove ...
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Problems with Planting 1
... pruned straight across with a sharp tool (as if cutting a garden hose). Keep the root ball soil moist, out of the sun and covered until placed in the prepared planting site ...
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ZZ Plant...Cuttings? - House Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... I stuck another in the dirt same result. Some people say you can root a leaf. I have never tried that. RE: ZZ Plant...Cuttings? clip ... outer rim of the pot, not penetrating the root-ball.. Same thing can happen if re-potted and the root-ball has non-porous soil. RE: ZZ Plant... ... I thought I would try it and see if this plant would root. RE: ZZ Plant...Cuttings? clip this post email this post what is ...
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