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I got an answer on www.reddit.com/r/florists saying My moneys on Tritoma or Kniphophia. -/u/Youmati When I googled for images of those I got very similar results for both, so I don't know which is which, but it looks about right. The main difference is that all the flowers seem to have reached the red stage before the first ones enter the yellow ...


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As Kid mentioned plants grow towards the light. For this reason, make sure you turn your pot weekly a 1/4 or 1/2 turn. This will provide you plant equal light on all sides. I would suggest starting with a taller stake, rather than putting more soil in the pot. More soil means more moisture. Longer it takes for your plant to dry out. But, yes you ...


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-->Usually plants propagates in the direction of sunlight. if there is no equal distribution of light on the plant this might be one of the reason. --> you might be watering plant from one side of the plant so plants leans towards wet side.


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You don't give much information to work with, which doesn't matter, because this happened within the first week of you owning it. It was already sickly or dying when you bought it. Even if you overwatered it, it should be able to handle one or more of those spaced apart before it should croak. You should return it to the place you bought it. It is their ...


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I doubt it is dying. I believe it is loosing lower leaves, because it is not getting enough sunlight. If you do not have a window, buy a small desk top grow light. One with that is full spectrum and white light (no red/blue lights). Something like the link below. It's about $35 in Canada, it will be about $10 cheaper if you are in the States. I would ...


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yes, Lilies do like full sun, 6-8 hours of light a day. This one does appear to be at the end of its blooming cycle. The flower petals will turn brown and fall off. You are then left with the plant and the flower stalk. You can cut off this flower stalk, unless you want it to make seeds, then leave the flower stalk. At the end of the growing season, ...


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Deutzia scabra, (cultivar might be 'Plena')is a deciduous shrub with somewhat cascading limbs covered in fragrant white (sometimes pink) star shaped flowers. Tolerates almost any soil, but does best when it is moist & rich. It is native to Japan and China, but has been a classic in western gardens for many years. It is weird if you found this in ...


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