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Inspiration for a traditional landscaping in Other.

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Inspiration for a traditional landscaping in Other. —  Houzz
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jennypeterson
J. Peterson Garden Design added this to Common Myths That May Be Hurting Your GardenSep 24, 2013

5. If a plant is wilted, it needs water. Not necessarily. On hot days think of a wilted plant much the same as a panting dog. It's the plant's way of saying, "Whew, it sure is hot out here." If you notice a plant wilting one afternoon, check it again the next morning. If it's still wilted in the cooler morning hours, go ahead and water it. And remember, water more deeply and less often, directing the water down by the base of the plant rather than to the plant's leaves. Deep watering will encourage deeper roots, leading to a healthier, more drought-tolerant plant.

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susand1108
susand1108 added this to GardeningApr 3, 2018

On hot days think of a wilted plant much the same as a panting dog. It's the plant's way of saying, "Whew, it sure is hot out here." If you notice a plant wilting one afternoon, check it again the next morning. If it's still wilted in the cooler morning hours, go ahead and water it. And remember, water more deeply and less often, directing the water down by the base of the plant rather than to the plant's leaves. Deep watering will encourage deeper roots, leading to a healthier, more drought-tolerant plant.

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4868 added this to Flower GardensOct 6, 2013

And remember, water more deeply and less often, directing the water down by the base of the plant rather than to the plant's leaves. Deep watering will encourage deeper roots, leading to a healthier, more drought-tolerant plant.

blissbuy
blissbuy added this to outsideOct 3, 2013

When purchasing plants, ask the garden center staff what type of soil that plant needs, and then make sure to group plants with like needs together in your garden. Plants like cacti and succulents need well-drained loose soil; hostas and impatiens need soil that holds a bit of water (not soggy, though); hydrangeas and azaleas prefer soil that is on the acidic side.

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