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Test New Plants Before Transplanting

If you have little experience with a newly-purchased plant, try it out in its new spot for a few days still in its nursery pot. Be careful to keep it watered as the label directs, and watch it for signs of stress. The spot you've planned for it may not be right for that type of plant.

By Cinnamon from Williams Lake, BC

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Excellent idea! Thanks for that tip!

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