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    Default Do you trim dead stuff off plants?

    Calling all green thumbs! I have been entrusted to look after MILs garden and most of it has died! (I think). Should I trim all the brown dead stuff off the plants or leave it? I haven't a clue what I should be doing...
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    Ps these are just some of the plants in the side, don't ask what they are I don't even know, I won't even go into the rest of the garden lol
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    They look dead to me

    Did you water them?

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    The first one....I'd pull it all out, put fresh potting mix in and replant the green bits.
    The second pic...it's dead in afraid

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoteToSelf View Post
    They look dead to me

    Did you water them?
    Umm only when I could be bothered so basically no lol..... But it's the last two weeks of rain that seems to have finished them off

    Probably will buy MIL a bunnings voucher at Xmas to replace some of her plants. I did warn her that I'm no good with plants and that I'd kill them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    The first one....I'd pull it all out, put fresh potting mix in and replant the green bits.
    The second pic...it's dead in afraid
    Thank you I'll do that on the weekend


 

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