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Growing setups for Fast Growing Plants — In Search Of Small Things

Freshly started bins of Pearcea hypocyrtifolia and various Pilea species. These are repotted every 3-6 months, and the process repeated ad infinitum. They seem to grow significantly better on fresh potting soil. After a desirable base number of plants is established, the repotting is done to maintain nice looking plants, not increase production. The larger […]

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Tomato Plants From Suckers – Take 1 — creativeartworksblog

These two tomatoes were ready to be harvested this morning. We have one harvested a couple of days ago, so we’ll feast on sliced tomatoes tonight! Yesterday I tried to plant suckers in order to grow new tomato plants. “Tomato suckers, or side shoots, are the growth that appears in the crotch between the stem […]

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