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As is this is not going to work. Norfolk Island Pines are fussy plants indoors even in the best of environments. Without drainage you will get anaerobic conditions at the bottom of the pot and it will be downhill from there. Where I have seen them do well is bright diffuse light and cool conditions which mimic the conditions where it grows naturally. I ...


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I'm guessing you've found answers to your question already. But if you haven't, here are my two cents. Lol!!! Pots, containers, and grow bags will work for what you want to do. But when it comes to access to plants and drainage, a fabric grow bag is your best bet. Considering that you intend to grow items like potatoes and carrots, which are both root plants,...


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I believe if you water at the base of the plant you will likely prevent the problems from that point forward. It looks like you have both powdery mildew (the whitish gray spots) and anthracnose fungus disease (the brown spots). In your case, they likely originated in the same way: overhead watering. This article discusses what causes brown flowers on ...


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