How much light do potted plants need to grow?

Answer Potted plants require about 12 to 16 hours of light a day, and a good rule of thumb is to give them at least five or six hours of direct sunlight. A good bet is a sunroom, if you have one, or a sou... Read More »

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How to Grow Potted Plants?

Potted plants are a great way to bring the beauty of the natural world indoors. You can also keep potted plants outside, as a way to decorate your deck or patio, or to complement your garden. Grow ... Read More »

Can i use soil out of my backyard to grow indoor potted plants?

Soil from the backyard is not suitable for potted plants, even if it is a good, loamy soil. Regular soil is too dense and may contain fungi or other disease-causing pathogens as well as weed seeds ... Read More »

Can a neighbor use a section of your land to grow potted plants on for 5 yrs will she be able to claim squatters rights JayneFlorida?

In general, a person claiming "adverse possession" must prove that the use was hostile, as if it would trigger your obligation to evict the person from your property. If she thought she had permiss... Read More »

Do plants grow better in real light or artificial light?

On One Hand: Real (Natural) Light is BetterIt provides the necessary energy for normal growth. Plants need the natural balance of red and blue light rays as an energy source, says David Trinklein a... Read More »