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Plant is twenty eight yrs old other plant same

Plant is twenty eight yrs old other plant same kind is eighteen yrs old . some stems in soil are loose and there is just a layer like thing of roots . no rootball what so ever

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There is nothing tobe feare.It is usually seen in the growth of tree.

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When do I plant the seeds and when do I re-plant the plants, and what preparations have to be done to the soil?


All good questions but unfortunately none can be answered. When you plant depends on the plant itself and where you live. Southern regions get warm earlier than northern regions. Same applies for replanting. Soil preparation also depends on what you are planting, some plants like the soil acid and other prefer alcaline.

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Has weed ever killed someone?


yes, it is bad for the environment and can cause all kind of disease that would probably get blamed on something else. Good soil invites worms that produce what the soil needs to support plants poisons kill the microbes in the soil and the worms leave.

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What kind of soil do they like?


I know this is an old post and I didn't see it until now. I missed helping last year, but if you have the same question....

They grow best in rich, well-drained soil with a basic pH (they like more alkaline than acidic). If your soil is naturally acidic, adding lime will help to provide these conditions. They are also heavy feeders. The addition of compost or manure to the soil as well the use of granular fertilizer will result in healthier, stronger plants.

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If a poinsettia plant wilts could it beoverwatered?


It can be from both. When you water just make sure the soil is damp but not sopping wet. The soil should feel cool to the touch

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My plants leaves are curling up


Need a lot more information. What plants? Indoor or outdoor? What soil are they in? Are you watering enough or too much and do you give it fertilizer as directed?

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Bought 2 new gardenia in 9cm pots, have re-potted into large container, they have had feed and water, yet they seem to be dying off


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Information about clematis plant.


Clematis is a wonderful flowering vine that is known to many
in the gardening world as the "Queen of the Climbers".

While clematis takes a few years to establish a strong root
base before it hits it\'s stride in the blooming department, it is definitely worth
the wait.

This plant climbs up to 12 feet high and spreads 3 to 4 feet
wide.


If planting more than one follow the steps below spacing the
plants 3 to 4 feet apart.



In the spring or early summer, dig a hole one foot deep and one foot wide.




Mix the soil from the hole with compost, working it until it maintains a loose
rich texture.

Ideally this should leave you with a very dark soil.





Create a mound in the bottom of the hole using the
enriched soil.


Place the plant above the mound and allow the roots to trail
over the mound.




Cover the roots and fill in the hole with the enriched
soil, keeping the crown of the plant about 2 inches below the soil level.

This plant likes shade on the bottom and sun on the top.




Water at planting and regularly for the first season,( I
prefer to water in the morning or evening and do so every other day.) after
that you should only need to water in extreme dryness and drought.



Install a piece of trellis or fencing behind the Clematis
to give it support as it grows and a foothold for climbing.



To promote blooming and keep your Clematis healthy, prune
as needed after the blooming season, and in preparation for the blooming season
prune in late March each year.

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How need in the soil should I plant parsley seeds?


Parsley seeds should be planted shallowly, under a light bed of moist soil. I put mine down only about 1/4 of an inch. They will start sprouting within about a week.

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