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 What does it mean for a plant to get leggy?

Answer it means that you suck at gardening
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My Lilacs Are Too Tall & Leggy?

Lilacs are one of the joys of the northern garden. They are hardy to U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zone 2, depending on the variety, and bloom reliably in late spring. Young lilacs... Read More »
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Should I trim leggy tomato plants?

You can trim leggy tomato plants before they have been transplanted to the garden, but a better solution is to plant as much of the plant's elongated stem in the soil as possible, where it will pro... Read More »
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If a tomato plant is infected with the mosaic virus can the seeds from that plant be used to plant new plants in following years or will the virus go with it.?

No, the seeds are sometimes affected and there is no way of telling which ones they are until too late. Some viruses can be controlled on seeds by a process of fermentation, but this doesn't appear... Read More »
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Can you plant a hot pepper plant next to tomato plant?

This is an argued point all the time. I have heard recommendations of planting marigolds between the peppers and tomatoes, and it seems to work.
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