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Burning on grape wine is normal, you will find it also in more temperate regions, so in future the outer leaves could act as shading, in case of extreme weather. On small plants, burning is never a good thing, so I would add some shadows, also just some temporary screens. Forget about the "7 hour sun". I have seen many vineyards which cannot get so much ...


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Those do look like rosemary sprouts to me. The same thing has happened to my rosemary plant that I bought for a Holiday centerpiece. It wasn't getting enough light I suppose and turned brown. When I realized, I took it outside to live on the front porch where there is more light, in hopes it would recover. The main plant still looks brown, but today I ...


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They are in transplant shock. Transplant shock in some case can be a temporary moment of looking very sickly as the get adjusted to their new home. Transplant shock can also be permanent, leading to death. All you can do is make sure they are kept moist, not wet, kept warm, but not by a radiator, kept in bright light, but not direct light. If you can ...


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