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Cucumber Transplant Shock (How To Reduce Damage)

There are two broad types of cucumbers, vine cucumbers, and bushy cucumbers, and both are very popular to grow yourself. When growing them they can get a bit crammed in, or you have been growing them from seed and they’re ready to go into the ground. When they’re replanted they can struggle a bit to …

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Japanese Maple Transplant Shock (And How To Reduce It)

Japanese maples come in many varieties and tend to have dense foliage and are ornamental plants. A Japanese maple may get too large, or you might have noticed the conditions aren’t ideal for it so you’ve moved it or are thinking about moving it. When moving a Japanese maple it can experience a few issues …

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Bird of Paradise Transplant Shock (And How To Reduce It)

Bird of paradise plants produces very interesting flowers that are something unique. They can be propagated very easily but in certain circumstances, you may want to move them to another spot. When you do they can struggle a bit as they adjust to their new surroundings so in this article I will explain how to …

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Rose Bush Transplant Shock (And How To Reduce It)

Roses are some of the most loved flowers. But, you may have noticed that a particular spot isn’t ideal for a particular rose bush because it’s not getting enough sun, or isn’t very sheltered. Moving roses isn’t an issue but as they’re moved they do experience a slight setback. Today, I will explain how to …

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