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Plugs (plug plants) tend to be tiny as the term is associated with the trays that they are grown in - the trays have individual cells that are smaller than most adults' fingers - just a very few ml of compost. Very many nurseries mail order plants minus pots as it saves postage and in most cases the plants wouldn't stay in them during shipping anyway. The term pot plant is also not normally an indication of size, but the fact that the plant is normally used for pot culture as opposed to open ground etc. In which case you could buy pot-plant plugs.
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Yes, quaking aspens can be planted in a pot. However, the trees will eventually outgrow it and need to be transferred to the ground.
Plug plants are young plants, usually seedlings, grown in individual cells of compost enabling them to be pricked out or transplanted without disturbing the roots.
Depending on the pot type, you can drill a hole in the bottom or if this is not possible put a layer of rocks in the bottom before putting in dirt. This will aid in keep…ing to much water from the roots of plants.
It produces biomass by photosynthesis
Yes, if the seed is viable.
Yes it is called re-potting. Usually done when the plant has outgrown its present pot.
have nice rich soil, make it damp (spraying water) dont soak it though. DONT COMPACT IT. then poke your finger a half an inch in to the soil, then put the seed in the hole you… just made with your finger. then cover it with dirt till its level with the rest of the dirt. spray a little more water. water it every 2-3 days depending on where you live. keep it in direct sun light. indoors or out doors. never let the soil get to dry. good luck!
no it doesn't
it depends if you have a small rooting tomato plant like tubbling tom there perfect for pot ,but only a few are good for pots i advise a grow bag as this is great for people w…ho don't have alot of space
Yes. If Pot is broken, you can still glue them together. Then plant again.
Only in plants like Bryophyllum which propagates through leaves
Of course pea plants can grow in pots, but be warned make sure you dont overcrowd your pot and give it something to climb up on..
I am 53 years old and I am a huge gardener. If I ever over water any of the plants in my house I simply tip it slightly over and let the water drip slowley out. It sounds dumb…, but it is effective!
"If you live in a warm state, such as Texas or California, you can grow wax begonias year-round. For the most part, wax begonias have flowers that are single or double-sided, …but these can vary in size, with many newer hybrids having flowers that are three inches in diameter."