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Taking care of potted plants

I have around 20 pots flower plants which are watered every alternative day. I feed them with Munnure once a mont. They get good sun light als. But the output is not encouragin. What should I do to get good flower.

Jasmin, bambo, alloveera

  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro Smithtown, NY
    on Jun 5, 2018

    how long have they been in the pots?

  • Chubby58
    Chubby58 Mechanicsville, VA
    on Jun 5, 2018

    Adding manure once a month may be too much for your plants. I would feed them some epson salts mixed with water maybe once a month. Manure is pretty strong and I would only use it mixed in with the dirt when I first plant.

  • Iba7430338
    on Jun 5, 2018

    Are they indoor plants that you bring outside in warm weather? Most house plants are tropical and will not fair well in strong sunlight. They need shade or filtered sunlight.

  • Flipturn
    7 days ago

    The size of the pots may be too small for the size of the roots, and, as a result of the roots being cramped in the constricted space, they are unable to properly absorb the nutrients in the fertilizer and the water. I suggest that you transplant the flower plants into larger pots with fresh potting soil.

  • Thanks Ms.Chubby58 for the useful guidance.

  • Thanks Mr.Flipturn. Its a very good guidance. I'll transplant as guided by you.

  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro Smithtown, NY
    7 days ago

    most likely they need re-potting

  • Alradborn
    31 minutes ago

    Plants also will slow down growing when it's too hot. If you transplant to larger pots, try and get lighter colors ( or paint outside of pots) darker colors absorb the sun almost turning your flower pots into cooking pots!

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