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What has happened to my hydrangea

Hydrangeas need acid soil to be blue. They are pink in alkaline soil. Looks like the plant was grown in acid soil and your soil is alkaline. Your soil is gradually changing the flowers to pink. It ...
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What are the white nodules on my Peperomia Polybotrya, near where the leaves fell off?

They are harmless. They are sites where roots could grow and are called adventitious roots. The definition from the article is plant roots that form from any nonroot tissue and are produced both ...
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What has happened to my hydrangea

This problem is unlikely to be due to soil ph issues - yes, a blue hydrangea does need acidic soil conditions to remain blue; if it's too alkaline the flowers will be pink, and if it's around neutral, ...
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My rue plant is partially yellow

I have a number of rue pots, maybe half of which have the yellow leaves. I just noticed that the yellow ones appear to have many more earthworms around their roots than the blue-green leafed ones. We ...
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Small white grains on underside of spinach?

Trichromes. totally normal spinach thing. i just learned about them.
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