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The Plant General - Tamarix Edition

Welcome to /plant/, the happy green place on this blue board, where growers, gardeners and horticulturists share their love for things that grow.
Newbies and amateurs are very welcome, and we’ll always try to answer your questions.

Special edition for soft and airy Tamarix. Best enjoyed with a nice beer on the beach.

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>>3010083
>>3006515
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Obligatory threadly bee.
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>>3014324
What all have you planted in your garden to help the bees, Anons?
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>>3014327
I have one short metric fuckton of honeysuckles growing along the fence in my backyard, does that count?
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>>3014331
Sure why not. Like everything else in our backyard, our honeysuckle is being choked out by bamboo. Our dogwoods are still fine, though.
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finally got some new growth on this p. hederaceum! I got it as a long straggling vine with rotten roots about a month and a half ago - a little chopping and water propagation later and it’s got healthy white roots and new growth
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crudely drew my garden on ms paint.
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the lil growth (under new leaf) on this pothos i stole turned brown, is it ok? been in a glass of water for about a few days.
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>>3014428
ok so this is the plan for this autumn.

will be increasing the size of my pond, replace my partial-shade garden with tufa rocks and build a transparant roof over it to prevent rot during the winter, the roof will be connected to a gutter that leads the rainwater into my pond.

part of the alpine garden won't be covered for plants that prefer more moisture.

also I want some big greywacke rocks between the full sun perennials.

pond is going to be filled with coarse sand and planted with potamogeton, might make a water feature at the edge of the alpine garden (no roof) that flows into the pond.

primarely trying to attract Ichthyosaura alpestris.

thoughts, ideas?
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>>3014448
Get a bigger yard.
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>>3014456
that's like telling a burger to get a smaller truck. literally impossible
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>>3014456
sure once babyboomers stop buying every affordable house.
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>>3014448
my thoughts and ideas are show me your tortoise
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>>3014470
here's an old picture I'll take a new one tomorrow if they haven't buried themselves.

small one had a bit of pyramiding when I bought it, it's mostly gone now.

they're able to get into the shed so they're outdoors like 8 months a year.
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>>3014435
that 'growth' is what's known as an aerial root! It should be okay (from my experience e. aureum roots are always a little brown when propagating in water) but if it gets worse cut the root off and hope the node below will grow into a more healthy root
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>>3014478
i dont think anything is growing on the node below, it's just a bump from where a leaf was.
what about this monstera? i know they take longer to root but not sure if i should cut it or just keep waiting. got it like this from the flower store real cheap about a week ago. dont know how long it sat there like this but probably not more than a few days
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who here has planted vivariums or orchidariums
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>>3014485
that's cool. got more pics?
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>>3014482
sometimes nodes take a moment to root in water, wait and see what happens.
does the monstera have any aerial root either? They don’t usually grow roots from a clean cut through the stem
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>>3014492
i know fuck-all bout plants. here's rest of the stem.
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>>3014492
looking again maybe it is starting to rot. golden pothos are easy enough to buy at most garden centres, but if you're insistent on growing one from a prop try getting more aerial nodes next time
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>>3014536
>>3014492
btw should that knob be above or under water?
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>Have lots of different flowers doing well
>Stupid salvia plants keep dying

I don't know how my soil could be poison to these things compared to all these other flowers because I'm giving them the right amount of sun and water
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Can anyone tell me what these white little bitches on my peppermint are?
they seem to only be on the peppermint and none of my other plants.
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>>3014642
they're the molded exoskeletons of aphids.
>>3014596
salvias need proper drainage.
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>>3014681
>molded exoskeletons
>aphids
Shit
What do?
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>>3014690
It could also be their drained corpses. If you can't find much living ones a little friend is already doing enough.
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>>3014703
ive noticed an occasional small flying insect in my room every so often, theyre indoor plants by the way, but i dont know how to get rid of them.
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>>3014485
>>3014487
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>>3014785
>>3014485
>>3014487
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>>3014709
aphids are easy to control. any contact insecticide will do.
a simple 70-80% solution of isopropyl alchohol is cheap and effective, but you could always nuke any pests with some neonicotinoid based pesticide if want overkill
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>>3014428
Can I see the pond?
I'm gonna make one soon myself
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>>3014448
do you have somewhere to attract it from? because it really seems like you're in the middle of some shitty suburb, hard to get newts in places like that
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>>3014963
not that anon, but i live in a city in England, and i've seen shit tonnes of newts and frogs in people's back gardens.
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>>3014965
alpine newts?
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>>3014925
it's currently just some shitty waterlilies, I'll take pics of the construction once I'm done with the alpine garden.
>>3014963
it's super easy to amphibians in your pond in my frog country.

I might just find the specific species I'm after elsewhere and toss it in once established.
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So how do I go about using gypsum? my soil is pretty clay-ish . how do I use gypsum to soften that shit up. like how much are you supposed to apply etc?

does it actually work? how long should I let it in the soil before putting my orange tree in the ground?
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>>3014970
I had alpine newts living in my pond when I was a kid, those ponds have been demolished but I should be able to find them nearby.
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>>3014810
Soap and water in a sprayer bottle works just as well. Insecticides should be last resort
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>>3014979
It's not going to work dude. That shit'll just settle like a carpet 4 inches deep and create an impenetrable layer. If you wanna soften up clay soil, promote worms and plant green manure plants
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>>3014970
just the common newt, Lissotriton vulgaris.
we don't get alpine newts here.
i've seen several common frogs as big as grapefruits here in people's gardens, and even bright orange and red ones. they have a lot of variation.
turns out back gardens can be an oasis for wildlife in urban centres.
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>>3014979
>>3014991
old mushroom compost is excellent for loosening up clay soils, and you get free mushrooms as well.
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potted some succbois. i need more pots...
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>>3014987
>Insecticides should be last resort
indeed. but some pests can be near impossible to get rid of without resorting to a systemic pesticide, such as leaf-curlers or bark-burrowers.
in general prefer alcohol sprays for indoor plants, as it leaves no residue behind.
things like soap or oils have to be rinsed off later, and it's just a pain tbph.
fine for outdoors though where it will get washed off by the rain.
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>>3014998
christ.
you only need to water the soil anon, not the actual leaves. lmao
all that water in between the leaves is just going to lead to rot, and if you put it straight into full sun with all that water on the leaves, it will scorch.
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>>3015001
it's wet from removing the dirt it came in.
i know you shouldnt water after replanting.
it's cloudy as fuck today.

how bout you stop jumping to conclusions?
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>>3015001
but thanks for your concerns.
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>>3015006
better to let the dirt dry and remove it with a soft brush.
>plant is wet
>assume it has been watered
don't know what else you expected tbph
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>>3015009
you're right, sorry for snapping at you.
i've had problems with roots getting damaged when dry. i dipped them in dry soil after washing and before putting in new soil.
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>>3015012
i prefer to water my succs the day before i repot them. that way the plant is well-watered, the roots are turgid, and it can sit a while in the new soil before it gets thirsty.
if you repot a dry rootball, it can be difficult to fully wet it again, so be careful. it's worst with peat-based mediums though, and larger rootballs.
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imagine being this butthurt
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>>3014327
Salvia officinalis blooming rn. Rosemary plants don't last more than a couple of years, bc the climate is too humid and cold.
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>>3015142
rosemary is a lasting herb provided you grow them in well-draining soil and prune them properly each year, even in my humid cold climate.
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>>3015142
>>3015148
this.
Rosemary is just as hardy as Sage. They just hate being wet during the winter, and if you don't prune them they get woody and tired, much like Lavender.
Weirdly though, Rosemary is the only outdoor plant I've ever had spider mites on, and several times as well.
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>>3015142
if my mother can keep rosemary alive for 8+ years so can you nonnie
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>>3015162
I have a customer that brought a rosemary plant from France in 1960 before they were a popular herb, it's planted on the side of his house underneath the gutter so it barely gets any water, the trunk is thicker than my leg.
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>>3014448
Potamogeton looks like ugly brown litter on the pond's surface, persicaria amphibia is much more elegant
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>>3015025
>Wanting to grow shit that I can find in my backyard already

I like plant world seeds and got some nice alstroemeria and chocolate cosmos from there
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>>3015171
P. natans looks like shit.

I'll be using Potamogeton lucens, imagine a narrow but long pond with sandy soil/clear water in which P. lucens grows while gently sweeping towards one direction due to the current of the water feature.
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>>3015170
hopefully she'll be able to tell a story like that in the future. rosemary always reminds me of her cooking
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>>3015183
Oh I see, that looks way better than natans
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>>3015187
will also be using H. vulgaris and maybe Cabomba caroliniana.

by the way, these are also some of the best oxygenators for ponds, when the sun hits your pond you can literally see the bubbles coming from the plants.
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>>3014435
bud aint growing any more. think it's ogre... RIP. guess i'll have to steal another bit next time im at the elderly home
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>>3015177
Planting non-native species is fine as long as it isn't invasive.
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>>3015256
depends, if it supports invasive animals it can still be bad even if the plant itself is not invasive.
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>>3014327
Caryopteris x clandonensis and some annuals.
Also my lawn is a tiny weed forrest that bloomed nonstop since march and they seem to love that. Pic related is my favourite visitor so far.
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>>3015041
largest bombus is from chile
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>>3014308
some richfag pls re introduce humming birds in europe pls
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>>3015415
I recognize that plant (bulge)
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>>3015419
Change starts with you, anon.
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>>3015415
bombus aren't honeybees
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>>3014681
Reminds me of these that I took a few weeks back
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>>3015493
and?
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>>3016130
>that ass
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>>3016130
Imagine the smell
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>>3014333
that looks like a virtuous circle
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>>3015508
I planted recently wisteria but it doesn't look any good. How much it does grow each year?
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>climate is too hot for dogwood
>climate is too hot for peonies

How do you guys deal with the feel of not being able to grow what you want?
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>>3016324
the crazy plant lady in my town had a few Plumeria for sale. Nice healthy branched plants about 2 feet high, £15.
Always wanted one, but I don't have the space for any more sun-hungry houseplants, let alone a large shrub.
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>>3016310
they grow about 20 feet a year once established.
>>3016324
is it your summers that are too hot or your winters
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>>3016324
Replace that gaping hole with something native instead. There's tons of cool plants, I wouldn't be bummed out by not being able to plant one or two that I like.
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>>3016427
jesus christ man feel some compassion, also some of us live in shitholes with no good native plants
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>>3016442
what country do you live in
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>>3016442
There's no way you live in an area where you can't grow anything at all interesting.
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would pilea peperomioides be ok in a north-facing window?

also should i split up this nussbaum-boi or replant all in the same pot?
or maybe prune it since it's a bit leggy?
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>>3016310
>keeping this bastard in line = part-time job
>tfw 3-3.5mos. unpaid vacation every year
I would say twenty feet is on the low side. Inherited the wisteria on my property and can confirm, unequivocally, that I would never plant it myself.
Your future self is standing before the monster and cursing you. Cannot you into hear it? If it takes off you'll be along for the ride. Good luck with that anon.
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>>3016448
>>3016450
oh i’m sure there would be something but i also don’t have any garden space because i live in student accommodation. devon, uk tho so humour me with anything interesting
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>>3016497
>don’t have any garden space
Howz about something fruiting for shiggles? You can wow peoples with your commitment/tenacity as you wheel it in n out and in n out and ... during warmer months.
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>>3016497
>devon, uk
>no good natives to grow
u wot m8?
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>>3016497
start with an Aloe
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>>3016497
plant sempervivum in random places.
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>>3016553
finally somebody who understands me
>>3016550
I just think a lot of them tend to be boring, but I think a lot of people would find the plants I like to grow pretty boring. swings and roundabouts.
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>>3016574
>but I think a lot of people would find the plants I like to grow pretty boring
ah, another cp grower.
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>>3016130
I wanna fuck that bee
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>>3016584
I hope that's either Cerebral Palsy or candle power
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>>3016574
Find a wall with a small little hole or cracking. Insert a sempervivum offshot (put a little of soil to help it). Be sure it doesn't move. See how a boring, old wall becomes a tiny garden with literally zero care.

I've done it in the past it's so easy and fun.
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>>3016588
carnivorous plants you numpty
what did you think it meant?
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>>3016588
Someone here gets super triggered by carnivorous plants.
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>>3016603
>>3016605
oh no that makes more sense, but they're not for me
>>3016595
I'm sure my grandma has a really large clump that grows around the edge of her greenhouse, I'll bring some back with me and try and get some established
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>>3016425
It's the Texas coast, it's humid and hot year round. Winters are mild but summers are balls hot. Great for tropical plants at least.
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Im having a hard time identifying the parts of this thing, somebody help me please?
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>>3016761
I think I can see some cells there, but beyond that I can't really help.
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>>3016761
looks like a soft stem.
outer red is epidermis.
outer green is the vascular tissue containing xylem and phloem.
orange is the peripheral cortex, surrounding the green central pith.
how did i do? i'm just a gardener.
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>>3016584
and what interesting plants do you grow?
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Speaking of CP - are there any plants that would do fine in the same pot as outdoor sarracenia in zone 6a?
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>>3017198
moss
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Is this blight? It's a fuchsia. I'm pretty sure it hasn't been getting enough water lately and we recently put in those small fertiliser sticks. What do?
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>>3017198
suprised it's not planted in sphagnum in the first place.

weather is too shit lately to take good pictures, might start taking pictures of the alpines I grow in my company greenhouse soon.
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Soon.
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Plantfags why is my kektus losing its erection starting at the bottom?
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>>3017433
It's rotting from the bottom up. Check the roots.
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>>3017433
rotten
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>>3017435

>>3017436
thanks guys.
how to i check? just pull it out and tap off the soil? clip off dead root. place back in the soil?
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>>3017438
Pull it out, cut it above the squishy part on the plant, then replant it into DRY soil and don't water it for weeks or even months until it grows new roots. The squishy part is already rotting so you need to cut it off entirely. Opuntia are hardy plants so it should be okay. Pic related is mine. When I got it it was about the same size as your plant and years later it's this big.
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>>3017433
opuntia microdasys. cut above rotten tissue, lay it down on a dry place, let it dry for a week, plant back on dry soil, quit the secondary pot
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>>3017432
looks a lot like what i've been oogling at the store for the last few weeks. thinking of getting it and putting in this wide bowl-pot, or similar white pot.

they dont have any prickles at all, right? dont want my cat to get hurt.
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>>3017469
The white dots have some spines but that's it. Beware though, some cats like to bite and eat succulents/cacti so you should worry more about any potential plants you bring home being ruined.
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>>3017474
i touched the white spots and didnt feel or see any spines... and my cat just headbutts them, except this one he probably thinks is grass
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>>3017479
you need to repot that guy. there's 4 or 5 plant crammed in that pot. SPLIT IT
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>>3017479
anon
is that
is that a...
it fucking is isn't it
it's an Aloe!
and it's fucking dead!
AHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
you silly sod
don't post here any more
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>>3017488
it was a baby i pulled from this lad on the right that didnt want to root.
neck yourself, faggot
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>>3017495
just like your braincells.
meanwhile the parent is not dead.
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>>3017503
>>3017495
this one also not dead
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>>3017503
I mean it's not looking it's best
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>>3017482
i dont know which pot. and what kinda soil do those things like?

>>3017508
how so? might have something to do with being in the far north and barely even got spring here yet.
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>>3017492
This is not the kind of language I like to see in our gentle, comfy general.
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>>3017524
cope, dipshit
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>>3017516
it's just a bunch of sansivieria leaf cuttings that have started to grow. split that fucker up into individual clay pots with some regular succ soil.
when you split it, work around the crowns and split each one with some roots and it should be fine.
stop being rude as well.
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Guys, my mom just bought me a basil plant buy i think she got an old one, it had flowers and the stem is very woody, firm and brown. The leaves are small, i already cutted al the flowers. The leaves are small, is my plant sick? i just wanna have basil.
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>>3017551
>>3017559
says seething samefag trying to cope that his "failed aloe test" shitpost backfired.
funny you havent posted a single of your plants yet either.

even this guy that i thought was a goner is recovering from scandinavian pitch black winter.
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>>3017551
>>3017559
maybe ill tripfag just for you
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>>3017561
is that the guy who was looking absolutely fucked in the last thread?
if so, it's looking better and good job.
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can at least one of you stop fighting over some poster and give me an actual help? >>3017547
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>>3017568
yes it is. thanks for the help.
got a bottle of food to give them some once i put the rest in proper pots too.

>>3017569
cope. why dont you join some plant discord where you can circlejerk your master-race plants, whatever you have (if you even have any)
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>>3017572
You can probably propagate a new baby basil from a branch if you think yours is old and ugly, I think their taste changes once they flower, too. Sorry, I don't know much about basil, but theoretically that's how it should work for most common plants.
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>>3017577
how to propagate cuttings? total newb here, if i put on the sun and water should it grow roots?
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>>3017579
Honestly, I just cut it off and stick it in some dirt. Worked for my geranium, but geraniums are ezpz.
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>>3017516
glazed pots are gay
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I just got this venus flytrap almost a week ago and I was looking at a new head that started sprouting, when I notices these tiny green plants. Any idea what they are? Should I pull them out or will they be fine with my VFT?
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>>3017617
congrats anon, you are a father now
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>>3017617
Eh, it's probably fine.
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>>3017212
>>3017402
other than moss i mean
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>>3017617
wat is the potting medium?
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>>3017646
I just bought it, so I'm assuming its just in sphagnum moss. I have yet to repot it.
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>>3017617
probably d. capensis

every single pot filled with sphag always ends up full of capensis
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>>3015041
Well honeybees did live here 14 million years ago but they went extinct.
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>>3017657
Honestly the whole idea of just planing more wildflowers in your yard helping the honeybees is fighting a losing battle. They should be encouraging people to lobby against our current unsustainable agriculture methods instead, but people are more easily satiated by something "easy" to do instead of something virtually impossible to take on.
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>>3017651
You mean I got a venus flytrap and some sundew babies?
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>>3017680
You're about to have all the sundew babies you could ever want and then some.
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>>3017662
That's about as likely as the governments doing something about global warming.
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>>3017662
>They should be encouraging people to lobby against our current unsustainable agriculture methods instead

unsure why you think there's ever going to be a lobby to starve millions of people, because 'sustainable agriculture' can't sustain the 10 billion people we'll have by 2040.
>>3017657
Ailanthus altissima was native to europe before the ice-age, doesn't mean it's not an invasive species right now.
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>>3017798
>>3017800
Exactly, that's why I said virtually impossible.
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>>3017547
>>3017572
>small leaves
It could be bushy basil like pic related that's supposed to grow for several years but without a picture it's hard to tell.
If you prefer young plants you should have left those flowers and harvested the seeds. If you like small ones just take cuttings.
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>>3017662
Planting wildflowers helps people getting interested in the whole thing, though. It's maddening how often I heard people say 'bees are manmade and invasive anyway' and think the honey bee is the only bee species there is.
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can “cope” become the new /plant/ meme pls
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>>3017899
It's been a meme across several boards already.
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>>3017800
Hey everything’s an invasive species when it first gets there.
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>>3015155
>>3015148
Thinking about growing sage and rosemary to grow in a container on my balcony, are they companion plants?
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>>3017937
>are they companion plants?
how do you mean?
they both have the same requirements, so can be grown together, but i would recommend separate pots so each has space to grow.
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>>3017940
oh okay, i was more thinking about planting them together in a container that you hang on the railing of a balcony. forgot the word for it sorry.
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>>3017902
i know but we should use it when people get pissed off for no reason
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>>3017942
they both grow a bit too large for a windowbox or hanging barket imo.
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>>3017942
Through was the word i was searching for!
>>3017971
ah okay hmm i'll continue too search then, might just get some nice that arent food herbs.
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>>3017972
>Through was the word i was searching for!
Trough
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>>3017967
no
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>>3017907
no, invasive means it spreads quickly and undesirably, most plants aren't like that.

orchids have tiny ass seeds that get scattered all around the world by the wind, hence why there's so many species, the vast majority isn't invasive upon introduction.
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>>3017662
>helping the honeybees
Honey bees don't need any help in the first place.
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>>3018035
Yeah, their disappearance and encroaching extinction is just a myth.
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couldnt resist this tiny pilea when it was just $2
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>>3018175
the honeybee population has only gone up in the past decade.
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>>3018205
What about local/native solitary bees? Is it good to plant wildflowers for them?
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>>3018231
yes, if anything you should focus on providing shelter and food for these.
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>>3018205
> In 2019, the western honey bee is on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species due to pressures from invasive species, ecosystem changes, agricultural practices, and human interference.
? ? ? ? ?
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>>3018236
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What does /plant/ think of Vriesea splendens?
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>>3018261
normie tier.
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>>3018261
what are these stakes for
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>>3018294
Those look like some sort of chunky colored pencil for kids.
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>>3018261
I think they're magic. The leaves are amazing, and the inflorescences are just a bonus. Bromeliads are the best.
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>>3018294
Those are those stupid "natural and organic" colored pencils. I see them at my local hipster mall (which is like this giant glass building with shitty asian food and some actual food but it's hipster as fuck and have a tiny closet that can fit two people where you can watch movies and buy rocks and now I'm angry about the hipsters. Fuck!!
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>>3014308
Hello /an/, this year I was thinking about growing some garlic for preservation, in order to do this I wanted to repurpose some old cans from my job (same size as pic related) I planned on covering the outside with some spray paint, But when it comes to the inside I wasn't sure. Can i use just any spray paint or water-proof sealant? im afraid of potential chemicals leeching into the garlic as it grows. does anyone have experience with this? Online I didn't see anyone talking about this.
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>>3018326
>food preservation
>repurpose some old cans from my job
i hope you have proper canning equipment and food-safe "spray paint"
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>>3018326
Just use mason jars like everyone else.
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>>3018331
I'm planning on growing them in the cans and then preserving them in jars, im not going to preserve them in the same cans from work.
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>>3014308
I love plants. I want to be genetically modified so my green skin makes sugars.
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>>3018336
Oh in that case, you can grow plants in just about anything, they don't care.
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>>3018336
the wording in your post made it seem like you were gonna get almost guaranteed food poisoning lol.
go ahead, just throw some dirt in the jars and chuck a plant in it. you dont need any special kind of paint unless you want it to last forever (and if you do, use a cheap metal spray paint for cars or something).
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>>3018343
Should I use any coating for the inside of the cans or will nothing leech in to the garlic?
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>>3018035
I Think they just meant bees in general.
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>>3018349
Just rinse the cans out and go, what are you storing in them, uranium or something?
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>>3018357
What im storing in my cans isn't your nor the govt's business
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>>3018326
enjoy your botulism
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looking into getting into raised bed life. are they legit or a meme and bother to fill up?

can I fill half or 1/3 of it up with logs, branches and sticks etc then the next part with cheaper soil then finish it off with a premium soil? or will that just fuck with the growth?

also people normally just fill it with potting soil as opposed to garden soil?
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>>3018389
>>>/out/1506735
Will probably help you more. There's plenty of raised beds there. Also what you're describing is similar to a hugelkultur. https://www.permaculture.co.uk/articles/many-benefits-hugelkultur
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>>3018389
hope that's you.

well, sure it can be done, since the "bad" material will be converted in premium soil given enought time. Put some earthworms.
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>>3018236
Is this about a wild honeybee?
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>>3018334
listen to this guy
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Half my backyard is clay soil which is really unsightly. I want to start planting in part of it to start. I've done some reading along with what was mentioned in this thread so I will not consider gypsum. I'm going to spread a good amount of compost along with organic mulch.

Can I buy some earthworms and just set them free in that area that will have compost and mulch and let them do their thing? Please let me know any input as I'd like to buy materials tomorrow
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Pls help. Just potted this Radermachera China doll from tubestock and a lot of the lower leaves are yellowing. Is this to be expected from fucking around with a temperamental plant, or should I be worried?

I've read that they prefer being rootbound, so I left it mostly untouched between tubestock and potting - now I'm worried that the water has just run between the roots and new soil.

(Kek I can't post a pic because Australia has been banned from uploading pics?)
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I am pretty sure I overwatered my African violet- what can I do to save it? the bottom leaves are drooping and ive had to pull the mushy ones.
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>>3018731
Just run a hair dryer over it, it'll be fine, I swear.
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>>3017613
fuck off, no they're not
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>>3018733
over the soil? should I do it out of the pot? how long should I do it for? I'd hate to lose this guy, Im 90% sure I killed my friends blueberry plant(crinkled leaves but green) today too- black thumb day I suppose
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>>3018737
That was just a shitpost, I'm so sorry. Just let it dry out normally, it'll probably be fine. Check to make sure the roots aren't rotting if it's been a consistent overwatering.
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>>3018738
lol no worries im being a sped- It appears the bottom is pretty soggy, someone else was taking care of them until this week so they might have been rotting for a while- should I pull the leaves or just let them get soggy and die on their own?
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>>3018740
You need to treat the roots, not just the wilted leaves. Cut off all the already rotten ones, then repot it in clean soil. Apparently you're supposed to fungicide the clean roots too, I'm going off like 30s worth of Google research, by the way.
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>>3018671
i would dig out some of the clay and mix it with other soils so it's at least not just clay.
adding earthworms is always a good idea.
you can also do a raised bed if you dont want to dig out too much of the clay under it.
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Do You guys think i can manage to keep a mango tree as a shrub too keep inside? like standing on the floor with a larger pot sort of thing
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>>3014308
Plants that don't feed you or get you high are loafers and are useless.
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>>3018855
What if I get high just by looking at it?
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>>3018728
wtf is a tubestock?
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>>3018671
happy double digging.
incorporate plenty of loose organic matter, such as composted horse manure, composted bark, or used mushroom compost.
don't bother with 'compost' from the garden centre which is just a potting medium and not actually compost.
it can take a few years to turn shitty dense clay into a nice workable soil, but hard work and patience will pay off.
it's much better to do this job in the autumn though, but you can do it any time of year as long as the clay isn't waterlogged or totally dry.
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>>3018671
Extract all the clay you can and put all the quality soil you can. It will pay in the longterm. Earthworms cannot make miracles.
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>>3018401
european honeybee.

anon hasn't realized most european honeybees are kept as livestock, which has been hitting record highs in the past few years.
>>3018855
I keep plants for aesthetic value, and to make it obvious to everyone that lives near me that I am better than they are without actually telling them I am.
>>3018671
you're better off learning to deal with the soil type you are and growing plants that benefit from it.

some of my seeds arrived, going to be sowing some shit today.

more seeds incoming tomorrow or the day after.
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Pollinators on my Aloe
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Air plant
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>>3019121
>Aloe Test: S Grade
very nice
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>tfw everything you want isn't in cultivation or extremely expensive.
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Mr. Cedrus received a much needed haircut. Didn't prune everything that needed to go as quite a lot came off. We'll get you next time.
>>3018855
>useless
Up in the ozone when philosophizing this blanket generalization? Shade, fuels, and materials of manufacture are, but a few uses of sundry species. In the desert, picrelated helps improve the soil structure while being mildly allelopathic, not to mention providing a perch for a sweet red tail hawk who contributes to keeping the shitty squirrel and bitch ass bunny population in check.
>was pretty high during snip snip snip
WORD
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>>3019328
are you in the mojave
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i cant decide which pot to choose. help
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>>3019383
Pick the one on the right. It'll bring the color out of the plant more than the one on the right which would contrast it too much.
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>>3019384
you said right both times
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>>3019388
right
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>>3019390
so pick the right one, right?
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>>3019373
affirmative
>our "not always guaranteed" winter dusting.picrelated
above average precipitation, mostly late winter, has made weeding a great joy
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>>3019383
Depends where it is going to be located, if you are going for the modern or classical look. But I'll choose the one on the right too.
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>>3019406
im not going with any particular theme. thx
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>>3019395
right
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Plastic, terracotta, hanging baskets, or ceramic pots.

What's /plant/'s favorite?
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>>3019536
I like glazed ceramics for smaller pots that are on shelves or closer to eye level. Terracotta-brown coloured plastic for large pots that sit on the ground - they're easier to move around and look good from a distance anyway.
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>>3019594
>Plastic pots
omg u monster why dont u use all natural pot materials omg omg omg
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>want to make my own hanging gardens of Babylon
>everything is in hanging baskets
>they all died
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>>3019603
That's me trying to grow anything from seed this season. Realized wtf I'm doing wrong, though, and my climate's mild enough that I can start over and do better. Think of it as a learning experience, and do better next time.
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>>3019536
terracotta is ceramic
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>>3019536
terracotta because i want everything to match
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>>3019603
Hanging baskets need lots of water
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>>3014308
I'm going to start a little homemade garden. I've done it with some basil and tomatoes before but now I want to get a ton of herbs, or even veggies.
It's going to be indoors, and there is alot of sunlight to go around. I want to grow basil, dille, tarragon, chervil, parsley, oregano, ginger, thyme, chives, and garlic. Anyone had recommendations? Ideas? Anything would be greatly appreciated.They will all have their own container. Also I want to get farming some more tomatoes but I'll need to make some sort of mesh to keep the plant from falling over
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>>3019823
>Anyone had recommendations?

most herbs require sharp drainage, mix your soil with some coarse sand or gravel to prevent them from rotting away during the winter.
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>>3019826
Now that's some sound advice, guess I'll be looking for some rocks. My plants will stay inside though, would the drainage still be necessary?
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>>3019827
especially indoors, because the moisture won't vaporize as quickly.
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>>3019831
evaporate*

>>3019823
dont forget rosemary
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>>3019838
>>3019831
I have containers which drains the soil.
Rosemary will be planted as well!
How do you keep plants from falling over?
my tomato plants kept falling over until i basically strung them up
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>>3019852
>I have containers which drains the soil
what?
>My tomato plants kept falling over until i basically strung them up
Majority of tomatoes are vines and always need support. If you do have a bush variety and it still falls over then consider giving it more light.
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update.

scarified my lawn, looking monocrop as fuck now.
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>>3019932
tortoise enclosure.
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close-up of full sun border.

lots of shit is about to flower.
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Bombus pascuorum
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>>3019932
Anon that's beautiful. Congrats.
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>>3019950
I need more rocks in it.

close-up of lawn, should be lush as fuck within a week or two, killed every single Prunella that tried to establish itself, left the white clover alone tho those are nice.
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I'm a bit confused .

is soil and compost the same thing? I'm not sure if I'm imagining it but it feels like sometimes in videos it's used interchangeably. eg. I was watching something on raised beds and they said filling it up with multipurpose compost. the other videos they say fill it up with multi purpose soils
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>>3019932
i really love your yard anon
it makes me smile when you post it
are you a yuro?
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>>3019956
compost consists entirely out of organic matter, soil contains inorganic matter such as rocks, sand, clay, etc.
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>>3019957
netherlands.

>tfw no one selling Salvia caespitosa.
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Can you hugelkulter over a tree stump?

I have a tree stump in the corner of my house that I can't be fucked cutting out. if I put a raised bed around it and fill it with sticks, leaves, paper, soil etc can I use it as a raised garden or with I nourish the stump and have it growing after?
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>>3019964
don't see why not, the rotting remains of the roots will be great for your soil and the stump will probably be gone within 2 years.
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>>3019405
there’s nothing quite like a snow covered mojave
are you in ca or nv?
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>>3018671
If you want some parts without clay, dig it out, put it in a deep box, let it dry and tilt the box sideways somewhee dry to create an A+ bee nisting place.
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>>3018235
exactly
native bees are much more important
Sadly, no one realizes that
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>>3019932
>>3019954
if your lawn looks like shit after scarifying, that means you are doing it properly.
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>>3019852
sticks for smaller plants
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>>3019998
it's my work anon, I know.
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anyone has any experience making leafmould inside in an apartment? or composting in general.
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>>3020030
>leafmould inside in an apartment

lmao

I don't think you realize how much that'll smell.
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>>3020034
yeah thought so oh well
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>>3020034
leafmold doesn't smell bad imo. not like compost with grass or food scraps.
still, i wouldn't want all those spores in my home, smell or no.
compost spores can literally eat your face off.
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>>3020051
you don't think it smells bad because you've never smelled it in an enclosed space.

it's fucking rancid.
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>>3019964
why the woman
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>>3020054
>you've never smelled it in an enclosed space.
i carry big sacks of all kinds of garden waste in the back of my van, and sometimes they can be in there for a while before i have a full load for the composting site.
bags of leaves just smell like mould. not great, but it's nothing compared to when there have been sacks of grass clippings in the back of the van for a week.
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>>3020061
one of my customers had the bright idea of putting a compost heap (no kitchen waste, just weeds, twigs and leafs) in their shed.

the only thing I can think of that reminds me of how it smelled was the enclosed jar I kept on my windowsill for a year.

shit was so moldy that it grew on the fucking windows and around every air vent, fuck.
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>>3020063
yeah the back of my van gets pretty rank sometimes. all kinds of slime and fur growing in the back.
it's much better now because my current van has a wall between the cabin and the back.
in the past i had no such luxury.
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>>3020065
anons decay delivery service.
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Anybody know any good plant sellers/shops in EU?
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>>3020073
when the van is full i take it all to the composting site. £20 for up to a tonne. very nice.
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>>3020084
the local dump charges me for 1 tonne even when I got 2+ loaded up.
>>3020083
for cultivated orchids:
https://orchids-shop.com/orchideeen.html?___store=uk&___from_store=default

carnivorous plants/species orchids

https://www.araflora.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=146

all-round seeds:

https://www.plant-world-seeds.com/

alpines: http://www.alpine-seeds.com/seeds.html

cacti: https://www.cactusplaza.com/
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>>3020090
Thank you :D
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>>3020112
I've got orders from several others incoming, will list them once their shit arrives in good condition.
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Just came back from the shop. What does /an/ think of my first ever plants?

Sansevieria trifasciata
tradescantia pink joy zebrina
Gymnocalycium mihanovichii
Haworthia fasciata
Chlorophytum comosum
Euonymus fortunei
Dracaena braunii (not bamboo)
Fittonia albivenis
avonia papyracea
vriesea
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>>3019964
poor girl needs aloe
>>3020198
nice collection desu
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>>3020198
breddy nice, but you need to fix your camera settings and rotate the image, breaking my neck trying to look at them.
what's the white one in the back, avonia papyracea? looks cute.
also, welcome to the succboi gang.
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>>3019956
No. Soil describes material found as deposited and undisturbed by humans. Compost refers to the product of decomposing organic matter managed to some extent by people typically for soil amendment or mulching purposes.
>>3019971
Both. Only a short dusting that was entirely poof several hours after sunup. Still snow on the back slopes (north facing) of san gabriels and bernardinos tho. Pretty crazy. Even got some runs in at bear mtn. first in three seasons. Dam I am old.
Did u/do u live here?
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>>3020219
Fuck you I live in California near the coast south of LA and we had snow. I'm sick of it. I hate cold weather. Could youf uck off?
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>>3020222
>chekt
Easy there kiddo, no need to go all offmeds like. Seems everywhere unlikely got some snowfall this year. And I ain't going anywhere seeing as how I've been here my entire life. Cold doesn't bother me as it's only around for a blip. Try getting out during the wintertime. Mosey on over to spots like Rochester, Duluth, Whistler, Upper Peninsula, Dakotas, Maine. Ha, it'll be obvious how exquisite we actually have it.
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How does /plant/ like my fag blossoms? Do they throughly convey that my asshole is open for neighbors (and young latino landscapers) to visit?
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>>3020253
If you're this concerned about how gay gardening makes you seem, I think you may already be pretty high on the fag scale in the first place.
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>>3020256
Clearly
>>3020253
Is satire. Are you on the spectrum of exceptional individuals? People that exist within said spectrum usually find it difficult to grasp jokes.
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>>3020253
those flowers look like they suck dick for a living
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>>3020219
grew up in a small town in southern nv
i think it snowed twice in the 15yrs i lived there
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>>3020253
>i am bungholio
>i need teepee for my bunghole
>ya ya huh huh ya
Odds are gud that messaging will reach its intended targets. Those wide-open wagon wheels are unmistakable.
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why are none of my basil cuttings rooting ree
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>mfw people that own 100+ species of plants that aren't even in cultivation.

how do I deal with this feel /an/
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>>3020292
what?
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>>3020297
I'm scrolling through some plant groups I'm in and the people that own all these unique species that are super hard to get are making me jelly as fuck.
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>>3020301
ask them for some
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>>3020323
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>>3020292
What is this? If there are hundreds of amazing things like this not in cultivation then there is $ to be made cultivating them.
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what else can I use to fill a raised bed. I'm looking to get one that's 75cm deep

I'm guessing logs, branches, sticks and general garden waste for the bottom layer. after that can I fill it up with shredded paper, egg cartons, cardboard, toilet rolls etc? before adding soil? I also have a bag of chicken manure pellets can I chuck that in?
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>>3020721
>chicken manure pellets
Chicken manure pellets aren't just regular dirt.
If you're just throwing them down the bottom as filler you're wasting money.
Google that shit. Find out what elements chicken shit pellets contain, how they affect the pH of the soil, etc. Find out which kind of plants like it, and in what kind of doses, and which plants will suffer and burn if you chuck it on them.
And then post the results of your research for the benefit of your new /plant/ friends.
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>>3020730
so you're saying i can't use chicken manure as a filler?
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>>3020733
I am saying that chicken manure pellets are a fertiliser that has been produced and packaged at significant expense for a certain purpose.
You don't have to use them for that purpose. You can just use them as filler or you can just poke them down the hole in your dick. It's all up to you. This is the great thing about gardening. You can use your creativity.
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Could anyone ID this plant? It came up in something I bought on eBay. I know it's not a very distinctive leaf, but maybe someone could guess. It looks to me like some kind of alocasia. It had no pattern on the petiole.
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>>3020721
Just buy a meter of garden soil, it's not that expensive.
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>>3020792
and a liter of cola
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photo taken yesterday by me in a botanical garden
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>>3020813
anymore pics anon?
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>july seems so far away
waiting..........
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got me sum jasione
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>>3020853
i like this guy
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>>3020853
Comiserating......
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>>3020325
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>>3020325
>>3020325
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>>3020730
how about the shredded paper, egg cartons, cardboard and stuff? can I use them to help fill up the bed?
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>>3020083
what plants specifically?
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>>3020791
It looks like some kind of Colocasia or maybe Alocasia. Taro-adjacent
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>>3021377
Looking at colocasia seedlings it looks pretty close. A decent little freebie I guess. It just came up in an Amorphophallus bulbifer I had bought online



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