Oh no she's dried up
July 14, 2016 1:53am CST
I've been told that the best season to replant or re-pot was summer, specially with this moringa plant. Maybe it was a mistake for putting them to a larger area of soil but they may not grow in the pot. there's just one plant that I haven't re-pot yet. I hope that the leaves only dried up and not gonna end dead in the long run. Which season is the best month to replant? I've lost so many already. But once these three started growing thoroughly I won't plant another moringa ever.
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14 Jul 16
i know nothin' 'f this plant, hon. the best time to plant/re-plant schtuff usually depends'n the species. here, late autumn does well fer trees (the roots concentrate'n growin' 'nstead'f producin' more leaves), certain shrubs/bulbs 'n other plants do well that time'f year also. then, some do best'n spring. summer's a most stressful time fer many, with the heat'n burnin' sun.
14 Jul 16
I think it actually depends on the plant that you are planting. Some plants needs less water and more sunshine. Some would need to be in the shade often and needs more water. It's best to research on the needs of the plant that you are growing. :)