I'm currently living in a house with half the outlets oriented upwards, and half oriented downwards. And when it rains, I get a ground fault on one circuit that makes me wonder when the house is going to burn down Fortunately we plan on tearing the house down in the next six monthsActually, this orientation places the ground wire ’up’ - so, in the very unlikely chance that something drops on the wire and cuts the cord, theoretically it would contact the ground wire instead of the hot wire. If that happens to you, that’s the day you need to buy a lotto ticket!
Back to the subject of your tree!I am in West Virginia. I am in a townhome. I do not have a garage.
It is 41° outside. We will be having freezing weather this winter.
LOL, we said the same thing when we moved in here, "What's up with the upside down electrical outlets"?
We even asked the landlord. He didn't see anything wrong with it.
My 90 year-old father is notorious for not reading labels...and speed-reading just about everything.Also, your bonsai is an outdoor tree....
Do you have an unheated, attached garage by any chance?Here is the dirt...
I can move this onto my patio garden in the spring, but is there anything hope for it now?