Oh no she's dried up

Philippines
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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• New Delhi, India
14 Jul 16
Starting of rain season is best for plantation
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
But why are they turning yellow I hope they grow new leaves again
• New Delhi, India
15 Jul 16
@Letranknight2015 they will it is a part of process
• Philippines
16 Jul 16
@ModernDayWriter hope so. I waited months for them to grow. oh, well, there's always next year
@just4him (81634)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
14 Jul 16
For plants that come back every year, we plant those in fall - September/October. You would need to judge your seasons to know when the best time to plant would be.
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• Philippines
15 Jul 16
Hello @just4him we only have two seasons here, but I will wait for the result within the next few days.
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@just4him (81634)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
15 Jul 16
@Letranknight2015 I hope for good results.
@magallon (16610)
• Philippines
14 Jul 16
For me, the best time to plant or re-plant is during rainy season.
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
I really hope they don't die @magallon I waited months for them to grow
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@magallon (16610)
• Philippines
15 Jul 16
• United States
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.
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
Oh, well I will see it in the matter of days if it's going to grow leaves again @crazyhorseladycx right now I'm just leaving it alone.
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@marlina (57086)
• Canada
14 Jul 16
There are plenty of advice on when to plant different plants on the net.
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
well, I was just sharing my frustration since it was just recently @marlina
@skysnap (17590)
14 Jul 16
nice season to plant the trees. i have planted plum at my place.
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
plum? so, how did it go? you know it's rain season i hope it grows
@royanne (372)
• Philippines
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. :)
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
yes, it depends, that's why I have a lot of back up to this plant in case they die @royanne and i've research this plant for as long as i could and it's great that i have this plant for so many years
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@ilocosboy (24988)
• Philippines
14 Jul 16
I think it's the best month in replanting is this rainy season because I usually do the replanting when it rains and put it in the shed
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
I hope it grows new leaves and doesn't die like the others @ilocosboy they were more them few months ago
@jstory07 (57495)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 Jul 16
I know nothing about planting things but next summer we are going to have a garden.
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• Philippines
14 Jul 16
what plants are you going to put in there? @jstory07