Procedure for putting wormwood outside in Winter.
I got a wormwood plant I grew from seed back in the spring, its has grown some tall narrow healthy foliage (13" tall) and the wider low foliage died, I'm considering putting it on my balcony throughout the winter, east coast Canada with similar weather from where this plant is native and was wondering: do I just trim off all the dead stuff and plop the pot on the balcony that easily?
Honey Locust: Dead or Alive?
I have two unmodified thorny honey locusts that I grew indoor from seed, they grew fast and healthy to 4 and 5 inches high and just stopped, sun, water, soil status remained the same and the leaves all dried up and fell off, no discoloration and the stalks three months later are green, flexible and appear healthy, should I expect these to eventually continue to grow or is my best chance in starting over?
Water Hemlock: not growing
I have a potted water hemlock grown from seed and seeing how much maintenance watching it in the fridge for months I really do not want to lose this. It sprouted, grew to an inch and a half, has one half inch leaf that is dark green with a hint of purple and it just stopped growing for the last two months, conditions are maintained in accordance to it's wet habitat so I replanted it in its pot as the soil became very hard two days ago and now it is wilting, the stalk is reddish purple and unable to support the leaf which is just starting to dry out. Is this a lost cause or is there anything that can salvage this incredibly stubborn plant.
I've done what I can researching these online with no luck so I've come here hoping for advice.