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yes! This is one of the favorites of granny. Just take a cutting (the top 1/2 of a stem) and place it in clean, cool water in the kitchen window. Takes about 2 weeks to grow roots. It will grow happily in the water with no further care than to keep the water in it. Replant in the spring.
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I'd suggest bringing your coleus plant inside during the winter if you haven't already. Coleus plants need little sunlight, which, during the winter is great, but also need te…mperatures of about 55 degrees and up to thrive.
yes, as long as they have sunlight from a window and water.
It is recommended to plant an Italian heather outside in the fall. However, you can plant one indoors in a very large pot. The plant will need adequate light and water.
Yes, with proper care.
A coleus is a tender annual and will not return after winter.
Tomato is an annual, meaning it will not last after more than one season. Once it has flowered and produced its fruit, it has no more usefulness, so can be composted. Next …spring, either plant tomato seeds in seeding pots before transplanting, or purchase tomato plants from your local garden centre, or if you have success before, plant seeds directly in the garden, depending on your location.
Most beef cattle don't. Some dairy cows don't.
The 4 Winter Olympic sport that take place indoors are Speed Skating, Figure Skating, Curling, and Hockey.
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Absolutely. Red Alpine strawberries are everbearers and best for growing indoors
Many cacti and succulents are extremely well adapted to living in houses where the relative humidity is low (10-30 percent). They require only modest amounts of water and fert…ilizer, but do need abundant light. They should be placed in a bright, sunny window. Insufficient natural light can be augmented by artificial lighting. A cool white fluorescent tube, or a combination of daylight and natural white fluorescent tubes will give good results. Position them 6-12 inches above the plants, and keep them on for 14-16 hours each day. Before watering your cactus, check to see if the soil is dry. Then water well, especially in the growing months (April through mid-September) and let the water drain off. In the winter, water sparingly - allow your cactus a rest. Perhaps a sip once a month if required and your cactus is in a hot sunny place. Adjust according to conditions. Some shriveling in the winter is natural - especially when keeping hardy cacti indoors. Southern and western exposure windows give cacti the sun that they need, although you can possibly store them in a north or east window in winter if you are really careful about the watering. Be careful when first placing a cactus in the window, care needs to be taken so that the plant does not sunburn. Give low nitrogen fertilizer sparingly (1/4 suggested amount) every other watering April through August especially if the cactus is getting good light and is growing. Some people grow cacti outside in pots during the growing season and place their cactus indoors for storage during the winter non-growing season.
Check to see what Zone you live in to determine if the coleus can winter outside. If it's questionable whether or not is can survive, you can increase the chances by using a r…ose cone or wrap it in burlap. My suggestion would be to plant them in pots and bring them inside when the weather turns bad.
Yes. Corn and peas are best grown in a greenhouse where they will get natural sunlight. Be sure to water frequently as well.
Mine germinated in just short of a week, about a week and a half after germination they had grown to about two inches tall. At week 3-4 almost the entire leaf has gained t…he red color they are famous for and each plant is roughly four inches tall with about 6-8 leaves per plant. Hope this helps, this is my first time growing them so I don't know how long it takes them to fully mature.
Keep it warm apparently the leaves fall off even if you keep it indoors, so there's no need for light