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Can I Save My Purple, Skinny, Lopsided Cactus?

After nearly five years, this plant has either fully recovered or died, so my answer is for others who may encounter the same problem, which is entirely too common. To answer your main question, yes, ...
Emmit Stewart's user avatar
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Clover lawn developing spots that look like mud splatters

It's likely from the dog urinating on it and the spots are the urine splashes on the leaves, especially as you've had no rain. This happened to our lawn on every spot that our old rottweiler urinated, ...
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