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Something dug up my 1yo plumeria, should I prune off its leaves?

I'm growing a very small plumeria in a container (I'm in Wisconsin). It's just a year old - a stem and four leaves. Recently, I put it outside for the summer so it could get proper sun. Today, I came ...
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Calla - recover from root rot

I have a calla lily, which i seem to have overwatered. The leaves turned yellow and started to come off at their base. I repotted today and noticed, that almost all the roots were rotten. I removed ...
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My hydrangea is just stems, can it be saved?

My hydrangea plant is small. Had two flowers and full leaves. Prior to pruning the drying flowers the leaves started curling and drying in a dark green variation. You can see the remainder on the soil....
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Tomato plant, fungal, can anyone help me save them?

I am new to the site as well as growing tomatoes, so any help would really be appreciated! I have attached photos of my tomato plants. White spots appeared on the leaves and I applied diluted neem oil ...
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Will succulent leaves grow back?

I recently bought a succulent as part of a gift box for a friend's birthday. I am taking care of it for a bit longer than I was expecting, and I suspect I have over-watered it. It's leaves are ...
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Slip left in water to take root for too long

I have left a large healthy Morning Glory (not sure if Ipomoea macrantha or Ipomoea violacea) slip in a cup of mineral water for it to take root. But I delayed to plant it for many days and now it is ...
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What am I doing wrong with my camelia?

TLDR: what is wrong with this recently bought potted camellia? Is it one-time frost damage, a reaction to being relocated, or something permanent I should address? At the end of March, I purchased a ...
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What to do about the Collapsed Branch on my Cactus (possibly Austrocylindropuntia subulata)

I have what an app has identified as Austrocylindropuntia subulata. I've had it for about 25 years, although my mum has always looked after it. It's grown from about an inch high to almost six feet ...
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How can I help my succulent?

so I think I have an Haworthia Fasciata and I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. I think I was over watering, so I stopped watering And put it outside for 3 days to dry out. it’s been a few weeks now ...
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Can I save this Northfork Pine?

I recently re-potted this guy to a pot thang would drain at the bottom and have moved him over the course of a few months to a spot that has more light. The color has continued to get darker and the ...
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What must I do to save this kalanchoe?

The leaves of this kalanchoe are thin and greyish. I noticed that the main stem looks like the trunk of a tree. When I received it as a gift, it was beautiful, very small and filled with flowers. But ...
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How to prune chili plants to help recover from transplant shock

I have a ghost pepper plant I'm growing indoors, and I just (5 days ago) transplanted it from a 7" to a 12" pot. Not knowing any better at the time, I broke up the roots a bit during transplant. Now ...
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Kentia palm leaves turn brown

I have bought a 7 foot Kenia Palm about 6 weeks ago and keep it indoors in spot with indirect light. The palm gets 1/2 gallon of water once a week and I added half a tablespoon of 20-20-20 all ...
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Will flattened hostas recover and regrow?

We are faced with a devastating unexpected and unavoidable dig-up of our front yard due to sewer repairs. Our front gardens are large and established, and on Monday morning a track hoe is going to ...
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Saving a Tree With Frost Damage

I have a friend who left a Redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum) sapling out in the cold and snow a few months ago. It's still alive- it has some green needles still- but it's slowly getting browner and ...
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How should I deal with my willow tree that has been butchered by the council?

This willow tree was pruned, and cut back to stump. I believe that whoever was cutting the tree didn't know what he was doing. Today we returned home and were hugely shocked. The willow tree was ...
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