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Try something like the Big Drippa system. I made a video of my balcony setup https://youtu.be/_FgVsac5eMU


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Adding UNcomposted organic matter to potting soil is not a good idea. For one thing, it will likely mold and become slimey and attract insects, and for another, it will cause the nutrients in your soil to be tied up to feed the composting process and your plant will not be able to make use of them until the composting process is complete. "Adding organic ...


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Pothos hates lots of light. Is this plant outside? Put it in the shade. It looks like too much light for this guy. How are you watering? Is this plant hanging or sitting in a saucer? A good sterilized potting soil IS FINE. Be careful with overfertilization...Osmocote is fine. What I am seeing is too much watering but more than that is too much light. ...


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If you want to plant gardenia cuttings there are two schools of thought. Both require the same preparation: Use soft wood, that means the green top part of the twig, about 3-4 in / 10 cm long. Cut off any flowers and flower buds. Your cutting would waste energy and water on them. Remove all but the top two pairs of leaves, possibly leave only one pair. The ...


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I see the following: new growth what looks like a soil mix that stays wet and does not drain well a round osmocote slow release fertilizer ball older growth has brown necrotic (dead) areas which look like fungus/virus/bacteria. These can take hold of any plant that is stressed and are more prevalent in plant that are too wet. I conclude that the pothos ...


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The Gardenia and whatever's in the third picture look very unwell - I'm assuming its the soil they're growing in, because that's what it smacks of. If you used Miracle Gro moisture control potting mix, that's already balanced, so doesn't need dolomite added to it - this addition will have reduced the ph and Gardenias like acid conditions. I can't tell what ...


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You've got to give it time, to see growth. I got a Christmas cactus clipping before Christmas and it's now June. I've just now got new growth coming out. I bought an orchid from walmart years ago and it too 6 months to show growth and 4 years to bloom. I planted two lemon seeds march before last and I get several inches of growth every few months, with ...



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