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Why is My Christmas Cactus Wilting? Let’s Find Out!

The Christmas Cactus, which is also known as the Schlumbergera truncate, is a holiday plant often handed as a gift to others.  It has bright pink and red flowers, which makes it a popular plant in America. It is grown in the USDA hardiness zones 10 to 12 and can often be confused for the …

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Why My Hydrangea is Wilting – Let’s See

Hydrangeas are flowering shrubs that bloom in the summer and spring seasons. The Hydrangea is a very quick grower and will fill your space in one summer season, attaining a height of 15 feet (4.6 meters). These shrubs are perennials and grow a variety of flowers in hardiness zones 3 to 7.  Although these shrubs …

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Why is my Hibiscus Wilting? That’s Why!

We love Hibiscus because it’s beautiful and easy to care for. It gifts us with beautiful trumpet-like flowers that wonderfully decorate the home and garden. It’s usually a healthy, vibrant plant, so when it’s wilting, your Hibiscus is telling you that there’s something wrong. But don’t you worry a bit. In this guide, we’ll help …

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Why is my Basil Wilting (And How To Fix It)

Basil is a herb that is much-prized for its taste and essential oils. It originates from the tropics of Africa and Asia but will live happily in subtropical regions.  Basil requires much from its environment. It needs strong sunlight and frequent watering, in well-drained, fertile soil.  It is a tender plant that is usually grown …

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