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Indoor Plants and Their Care

Indoor Plants

Why did it die? Oh, I have no luck,,, I just don’t have a green thumb.  Does this sound like you or someone you know?  Do you really believe its luck?  When you say that, its really taking the easy way out.  Thats right, blame it on luck, but of course, never blame the death […]

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Pruning and LED Lighting

Pruning your plants ? is of utmost importance, even – or especially – when growing indoors for the winter. Pinch basil flowers, tip certain plants, remove some larger leaves ? to boost plant energy and definitely prune anything brittle or damaged. Using LED lights gives you the ability to work under your lights and save […]

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Air Pots

These tomato plants did VERY well above ground and it is clear that that this is due to the excellent root system which has developed. The roots have filled up the entire volume of the compost with no circling. The air-pruning of root tips in the cones (from which they cannot escape) forces the plant to […]

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Fertilizing

My white fig stayed inside my solarium this winter as I lost two of them last year. Now, in March, I am being rewarded with my first fig of the season. I will be putting it outside when night temperatures are in the high 40s, and I will harden it off by bringing it outside […]

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