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Mushrooms grow in potting soil

Nothing to worry about and you can't stop the mushroom/s from growing, though you can just remove it yourself. Mushrooms are just the fruiting bodies of mycelium present in the soil - you may find ...
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Mushrooms grow in potting soil

The mushroom itself is almost certainly not an issue (other than possibly aesthetically). Almost all species of mushroom are saprotrophic, which means they feed on decaying organic matter (and are a ...
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Mushrooms grow in potting soil

To confirm that, as other answers have suggested, this specific mushroom is harmless - this mushroom looks to be a member of the family Psathyrellaceae, perhaps even Coprinopsis atramentaria, the Inky ...
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Does anybody know some low-maintenance indoor plants for summer?

Summer is generally when most houseplants grow the best. I don't think you have much to worry about there. However, I would recommend Chlorophytum comosum. They're pretty easy to care for and are ...
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Avocado cutting's (and plant) stem is turning black/brown

That does not look good. For cuttings, you want to keep the soil wet all the time as their is very little root system, so the plant needs as much water as it can get. You would also normally leave a ...
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Help my Cat Palm

A cat palm begins to shed its leaves when it's either being over or under watered. Over-watering often leads to yellow leaves and a soggy, dense soil feel. While, under-watering results in dry, crispy ...
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Help my Cat Palm

It's hard to tell from the picture but the usual issues are: not enough light too much water maybe the grower did not acclimate the plant to lower light conditions before shipping it. This is what ...
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White Spots on Hoya Image - What are they? How to treat?

Every Hoya Carnosa I have seen has had these marks. A Google image search shows very similar patterns on many of the Hoya Carnosa that are pictured. I have seem this described as a genetic disease but ...
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Can I rescue my nerve plant?

Change Soil The plant appears to be suffering from spent soil. You have nothing to lose from moving the entire plant gently into fresh soil. Decry those Pebbles Pebbles? They are supposed to maintain ...
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