Before you throw your plant out, you might want to give it another chance! Today you’ll learn how to restore a dying plant and you’ll also find out the tips to tell if it’s still alive.
You can keep your house and garden looking fresh and full, and you’ll be happy to know it’s not overly complicated. Plants are hardier than you realize. Even Orchids can be made to rebloom.
How To Revive A Dying Plant Infographic
via Pro Flowers
Before we check out the video tutorial, we thought that you would find this Infographic from Pro Flowers helpful.
This outlines some of the common reasons that your plants may be dying. Over and underwatering are common reasons as is too much and not enough sun. Pest and nutrition deficiencies are also other considerations.You’ll need to look closely when it comes to lemongrass, bougainvillea, potted rose, and salvia.
What looks brown and dry might actually still have life blooming below so learn to be patient and have your glasses on! You’ll need to check for new growth and the soil and do pruning also plays an important part.
How To Restore A Dying Plant
via DIGS Channel
Whether your plant is in a pot or in the ground, this video shows you how to bring it back to life.
Expert Shirley Bovshow shares how to tell if a plant is really dead, and shows signs of life to look for in common plants. Click play above ^