Yeah, well it's the earliest sign of shriveling....just.wing.it,
We use earthenware pottery, drains away and evaporates to cool in full sun.
I currently water it with aquarium water, so it gets a little bit if proper feeding each week.Fertilise for a month and then prune back to the first leaves ------ observe.
Use a 1/3 strength fertiliser mix into moist soil, once a week.
They like sun, but not to be kept.wet,
Take cuttings, practice on them not the mother shrub.
I like the 1st and 5th ones in both posts. I know cuttings root ridiculously easy, but the foresty look doesn't really appeal to me all that much.
Thanks Kevin. Re the 'forest' look. In many instances it's a case of "now, just what can I do with all these leftover cuttings?...hmmm.... there's a spare pot sitting over there... I know what I'll do ! "I like the 1st and 5th ones in both posts. I know cuttings root ridiculously easy, but the foresty look doesn't really appeal to me all that much.
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