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It is a bulb or corm. Could be voo doo lily, Dracunculus vulgaris. Those bulbs tend to separate easily so it is not certain. Also the initial bulb will be larger than the others. These are most often grown in pots. Gladiola bulbs look like this also, but they are normally grown in a garden. If it is voo doo just leave them on a shelf indoors and they will ...


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If tree roots have managed to find their way into the sewer pipe and expanded their entrance hole through sheer growth then the pipe may be compromised enough that any poison poured into the sewer may leak out and over time make the soil around the pipe rather toxic to any tree root growth there. Also fine soil particles will be able to enter and accumulate ...


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Better remove rotten roots. Those roots contain fungus and bacteria that causes root rot. Then use a proper potting mix and replant the aloe. Use more perlite to absorb excess moisture. Always check the surface soil dryness before watering, How To Water Plants | All Thing About Watering.


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One candidate that you might want to eliminate is the Asian Bittersweet Vine. If the roots are thick but spreading sideways and not straight down that is a significant clue to its growth pattern. Your S Florida location is somewhat outside its normal range. Hortus III says that the branches are spiny when young. If this is the plant then it is known to be ...


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These are definitely NOT gladiolus, because those corms do not have roots surrounding them, tend to have "last year's corm" attached to the bottom of this year's corm, and propagate themselves via very small cormels, not adult-sized corms. They are also definitely NOT ginger (I grow that myself; those rhizomes are elongated). I think you may have ...


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I have a lot of avocado plants thriving in vases with water. Some are as old as 6 years. Those little white bumps are normal for plants that live in water. I don’t recommend you submerging the pit in the water though. I usually wrap my seeds in a damp paper towel and put it in a ziplock bag and leave it in my pantry until a root sprouts out. Then submerge ...


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