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  1. ... to be re-potted. The yellow leaves show nutrient deficiency. Re-plant in a bigger pot (Don't take any of the soil away from the roots...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 03/09/2008

  2. ...day, or else they will get spindly. If it is not too cold where you're at you could plant them directly in the garden. Good luck.

    1 Answers · Home & Garden · 22/04/2011

  3. ... can't take the cold, so I hold my breath, bring them in and hope they can survive me inside until I can get them out again. (They're getting raggedy now.) You have more talent, so let your plant be...

    2 Answers · Home & Garden · 27/04/2012

  4. ... yellow leaves and leaf drop. Come Spring, I re-pot again and bury the pot in a flower bed that doesn't get artificial light at night (like a porch light). The plant...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 14/12/2008

  5. ...39;re in Zone 5, so we plant in early to mid-May). You... get too big, unless you're making zucchini bread--about 8-10... spray). As for flowers, the easiest to grow are...

    4 Answers · Home & Garden · 30/09/2007

  6. ... do you know that? You're never going to have a hybrid unless...with pollen and another plant with female flowers. The pollen is put on the...of forcing flowering in plants, depending on...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 27/09/2014

  7. ...throughout the season. If you're looking for long-lived... longer than the flowers themselves. I'm particular...foliage turns a nice shade of red in the fall plus it doesn't get ratty...

    2 Answers · Home & Garden · 27/08/2007

  8. If you're planning on growing vegetables in containers, check out the container gardening suite at http://www.grow...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 04/08/2011

  9. ... on their roots to store water so they're pretty drought-tolerant. It has propagated... every year. If you plant the main plant in the ground, the babies just land somewhere and put...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 09/06/2007

  10. You're looking for Tilia cordata. In the nursery trade latin is used so there's no confusion and everyone...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 12/07/2013

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