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 Potted Vine Plants?

Answer The Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service warns that many types of vines can become invasive in your garden because of their quick growing rate and their tendency to spread. Growing vines... Read More »
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Potted Ivy Plants?

Growing ivy in pots indoors gives the room a delicate look and brings a bit of the outdoors inside. Ivy is also useful in pots in your patio area, as a topiary plant or climbing a fence or wall. Iv... Read More »
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How do I move potted plants?

Pre-TransplantWater the plant you intend to move an hour or two before the move to prepare it. This will keep the roots from drying out during the move.Prepare your new pot. Use the same mix of soi... Read More »
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Fungus in Potted Plants?

Fungi are an organism of the Kingdom Fungi lacking chlorophyll and feeding on organic matter, according to the Princeton University website. Fungi transplanted to potting soil due to contamination ... 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 »
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