plant. Monday , July 31st , 2017 - 23:40:15 PM
Gardening can be a fun activity because you can buy various seeds and plant them so you can have a garden full of different and beautiful plants. But that fun can turn into frustration once you find out that some of your plants aren't growing properly. Then after a short period of time, your plants start to mysteriously die out. This will surely leave you wondering as to why your plants are dying. Here are seven of the most common causes of dying plants.
To state the obvious, plants cannot live without water - a protracted dry spell in the summer months can result in serious losses the plants most at risk. Newly planted shrubs and trees, bedding plants, shallow-rooted vegetables and climbers growing close to a house. Even deep rooted well established plants like Roses can suffer, trials have shown that growth is impaired and the flowering season is curtailed if these plants are not watered during a dry summer.
Transplanting is often done by gardeners while gardening. But you often get the doubt whether old trees like oak trees can be transplanted or not.
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