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That looks like either a Norfolk Island Pine (Auracaria heterophylla) or a Cook Pine (Araucaria columnaris). It is not a pine, but a conifer from either Norfolk Island or New Caledonia in the Pacific. Both trees make very pretty landscape trees; unfortunately, the one pictured appears to have been topped, although I could very well be wrong about that. In ...


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If the ground thaws while you are thinking about it then the open ground is the best place; just push a spade into the ground if you can, push the soil aside vertically to make a shallow channel, insert the seedling and push the soil back to cover the roots firmly to eliminate air pockets. If the ground continues frozen you might get a bag of potting ...


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Yes, it will die if the root ball dries out. You should pot it up. The smaller the pot the better. You don't want a pot that will hold lots of soil, which will hold lots of extra water this young plant can not take up. If it is plug, a single stem tree about 12" tall more or less than try to find a 2.5-3" pot. Keep it in the coolest room you ...


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Leaf tip burn like that, when your feeding it hydroponically, Is 99% of the time going to be a nutrient issue. It could also be a ph issue, but its more likely your overfeeding it, causing a nutrient lock. Thats why your also seeing signs of deficiency, even though its over fed. It doesn't matter what line of nutes your using, all companys recommended ...


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