I'm 24, a guy, and have never grown anything before this failed attempt. I got heavy into cooking, and found a love for herbs. I was buying lots in those plastic containers. At the store one day, I saw a little potted oregano plant for two bucks, and had to have it. I kept it indoors for about two weeks, and she was doing wonderful. I learned how people could get so attached to a plant.
I was so happy with my plant I was inspired. I stopped by the local flower shop and picked up a sweet basil, sage and thyme plant. I moved my oregano outside with all my new plants (i kept them all in the little this plastic pots they come in) well.... it all went downhill from there. My once fresh healthy basil, was now weeping, and the leaves feel like pure rubber. my oreganos leaves are curling and getting smaller
The only thing I can think of that's going on is it rained for about 3 days after I bought them.
- Could this be a result of too much water?
- Will the leaves that exist now always look that way, or the they heal and turn back to how they were when I bought it?
I bought a long pot thing and a bag of soil a few days ago. It hasn't seem to make a difference yet. If all my plants die I'll feel like a [img]https://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/StyleElements/smilies/tard.gif[/img]
Thanks for your help