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 Do ivy plants need soil to grow?

Answer Ivy plants cannot grow without soil. The ideal soil for ivy growth receives good air circulation and drains well. Soil that stays too moist may cause the roots to rot and lead to bacterial and fung... Read More »
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Do plants grow best in organic soil or fertilized soil?

On One Hand: The Benefits of Commercial FertilizersWhen we want to give a few nutrients to our plants, commercial fertilizers often come to mind. Commercial fertilizers give an instant and powerful... Read More »
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If I put soil on my stomach would plants grow?

Oh my God, that just sounds disgusting... Makes me want to itch the crap out of my skin. And no the roots won't grow into your body.
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How to Grow Plants in 6 Inches of Soil?

Would you like to have plants, but don't have the space? Here is a new way to do it, and in only 6 inches of soil. So read on, and you can learn how to do this.
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Plants That Will Grow in Hot, Rocky Soil?

Hot, rocky soil conditions can be limiting when looking for plants to brighten the landscape. They need to be tough enough to grow in soil that provides little in the way of nutrients. Mountain gol... Read More »
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