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Old 08-01-2010, 01:07 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Default Summer tip....Limp plants.

With the summer well on its way, some may come home to limp plants, or
seedlings about to be planted out.
Close to dying, the best method to help these to revive is to
immediately fill a container with water, add some liquid fertiliser and
submerge the seedlings, or even plants into the water. After an hour or
so take them out.
You will be amazed at the revival that takes place.
suggest you plant these ASAP to prevent this happening.
This will save pot plants as well...
Just plunge them in...
I use a rubbish bin at times... Works a treat...

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