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 Why do your plants grow four leafs and then fall over?

Answer My best guess is damp off, a fungal problem with some seedlings. Find a good fungicide at your local nursery, one recommended for damp off and apply according to package directions. Don't be afra... Read More »
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What Kind of Plants or Flowers Grow to Fall Through the Winter?

Not all flowers and shrubs cease blooming during the fall or winter. Perennials and annuals display sprays of flowers in golds, rusts and whites. Shrubs bear scores of berries under gray skies. Bul... Read More »
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The rain tore the leafs off of my cucumber plants?

Are you sure it wasn't hail? THey might come back - give them a chance. If you have extra seeds and they are cheap, you can plant them just in case, and just yank them out if the ones that lost the... Read More »
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What possible plants are about sixteen cm long and have many small green leafs with no flowers?

Maybe a philodendron or ivy, as these are common houseplants... but you are describing a huge number of plants.
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Is it legal to have a neighbours plants/trees grow into my own garden and have their fruits fall on my lawn?

In the UK, you have a legal right to cut back anything that overhangs into your boundary, but you must place anything that you do cut back into their garden. Any fruits etc that land in your garden... Read More »
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