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If your plant doesn't want to flower by itself, you can try to stimulate it with ethylene gas. There are more ways to get this gas, but the easiest way is to use apple pieces and put them close to the rosette. Here are more methods described for ethylene gas production in order to stimulate flowering in Ananas.


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Those appear to be aphids, although the resolution of the photo leaves them a bit blurry under magnification. That would also explain the ants, since aphids secrete a sugar-like syrup known as honeydew which the ants like. It's probably easiest to remove them by hand, unless you have a lot of infected plants. You could also use insecticidal soap, but make ...


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They may be too dry, and the soil may be too fluffy & dry. Maybe try misting them also. Ferns often do better with more moisture & humidity than these seem to show. Also, maybe try carefully remove expired material. They may need different soil. They may have been given too much nutrient before they were purchased; new soil might help alleviate that ...


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First check if water is reaching the roots by poking a finger or a stick a few inches down into the pot- the soil should be moist all the way through, not just a thin layer at the top of the pot. If soil moisture looks good, it could be fusarium wilt or verticillium wilt, though your photos don't indicate the tell-tale leaf yellowing of those diseases. From ...


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This is usually a sign that it needs more water. It can be that due to the weather the plants suddenly need more water than usual, or they want more water because the plants are bigger than before. The plants look further healthy! A lot of unripe tomatoes already, and new flowers. Good luck!


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Same happened with us. We got a special fertilizer for citrus and brushed the flowers with a little paint brush not used for anything else and we finally got some. Hope this works for you. It's like being pregnant for 2 or 3 years and not having a baby you are waiting for. So exciting when we FINALLY got fruit. haha


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I think your cactus has rot, and it will spread to the unaffected ones if you don't take action. I would separate the affected one from the two healthy ones, to prevent spreading. The one that is affected can be saved by cutting off the upper part (which is still healthy green), and try to let it grow roots (propagation by cuttings). While you are cutting, ...


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It looks sun scorched. These palms are often grown in bright indirect light. If you suddenly place it where it gets direct sun, the leaves may be unable to tolerate it and will scorch. Also, make sure the soil does not dry out. Don't keep it soggy, but keep it moist, especially since you've just transplanted it. Based on the green in the center of the plant, ...


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I can't tell if your Pelargonium is planted in a pot that has holes in the base - you may have it in a pot with holes sitting inside that china container, but if not, you need to move it to a pot with drainage holes. It looks as if it needs more root room anyway, so a slightly bigger pot than the one it's currently in is a good idea - use fresh potting soil ...


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Getting sunlight through glass windows is filtered light at best.. tropical plants of this nature like lots of direct sun, especially in cooler climates.. consider moving her just outside that glass door, using apple slices may help, but also feed with a blooming and rooting formula (higher phosphate on the NPK rating) something like product in photo but ...


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Black beauty zucchini definitely does this, churning out all these male flowers at first (beautiful!) until it has enough big leaves (stalks seem to grow taller and wider later than their first appearance and bloom).


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