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How to repot and maintain a mimosa?

can use a bag of 'special Mediterranean plant' potting soil. Provide a good layer of expanded clay balls at the bottom of your planter to ensure good drainage. After repotting, water copiously and install your mimosa in full sun. If it freezes at night in your area, don't forget to protect you ...


The Carob tree: the tree with small horns

ows in many types of soils including hillsides with deep sandy or free soil, even arid. It does not tolerate acidic or soaked soils but requires good drainage. Watering must be provided during very dry seasons if the tree is grown for its fruit. However, it is very Drought resistant, so it can be pl ...


The main installations to entrust to a professional plumber

d fit them with their taps. He will also connect the fittings to the pipes with flexible hoses and he will finish by connecting the water supply and drainage. ...


Gardening: 5 tips for repotting a fat plant

r, well-drained soil, cactus potting soils may even be too rich. To remedy this problem, also include clay balls or gravel that will ensure proper drainage of the pot. 4- Do not water Unlike other plants, succulents do not need to be watered before repotting. The fourth tip for repotting a ...


The chocolate drop: a plant that smells like chocolate

herefore be installed in a dry rock garden or a sunny bed. It can also be grown in a pot or window box, provided it is given a sunny exposure and good drainage. Easy sowing and maintenance The chocolate drop really has it all: besides the gourmet scent of its flowers, it is easy to plant and mai ...


The dierama or angel's fishing rod: a plant full of poetry.

rface! Note: it is also possible to grow angel's fishing rod in a pot, provided you provide it with a large enough container with a water reserve and drainage at the bottom of the pot. You can, for example, put clay balls at the bottom of the pot before filling it with a mixture of garden soil, san ...