[The Lorax] Why Didn’t The Once-Ler just replant the trees? Or that one seed by himself?
We can clearly see that the trees grow insanely quickly. Why didn’t he just continuously replant the truffula trees? Or even once all the trees or most of them are dead, just replant that one last seed, and within a few years they are all back. Why didn’t they just do that?
they say a nano tank is quick and easy to maintain. Guess what? when it's come to a big trimming session, it took me about 2 hours to clean, trim, replant everything
Do you replant, do you damn your fellow man to an eternity without cloth?
Replant Basil and Cilantro?
First time growing anything basically. How much do I need to water them and when? When should I replant them?
I guess this is not the right way to replant crops...
Got this beauty for a bargain today and she has a baby! Would you leave it to grow like this naturally or chop it off and replant? Any advice welcome!
I chopped off the top of a healthy aloe to replant and these guys came out of the stump. It’s been fun watching the progress. Do I let them stay in the stump or break them off to re-pot?
If you use the exact amount of lifeforce gained from harvesting, you cannot replant without resetting the area.
In order to reset the collector, it seems as though you have to press the "Condense Lifeforce" button - reaching 0 Lifeforce isn't sufficient.
what’s the name of these flowers? a client gave it to me and i want to try to replant it (they’re cut)
Garlic can be grown infinitely as long as you save and replant your cloves each year
You actually only very, rarely need to buy green onions. You just replant the bottom bit with the roots and a pot like this (if all the "slots" were used up) could approximately supply for the needs of one person
Science fiction about a totalitarian gov't that actually saves the planet? Does good things like takes over earth and forces green energy, bombs plastic factories, replants Amazon rainforest, executes all wall street criminals, etc?
Anacharis and Salvinia minima take over real quick. 1+ hour trimming and replant
Can someone please tell me the name of this plant and how to cut and replant if possible? The one on the far right in the back is growing really fast. There are roots coming out of the mid and bottom section
I bought this off a garage sale site thinking it was a cactus lol! Is it possible to cut the taller portion of this off and replant it. Any reading I done mentions cut at arm base, will it hurt it if I were to slice off the top? Advice please!
Got this off Facebook marketplace a while ago and trying to decide how to make it look better/fuller! Suggestions to promote growth from the top? Cut (part or all?), prop and replant? reddit.com/gallery/i0cz42
Should I repot my basil or replant them in the ground so they're not bunched together? If so, should I do it now, or wait until they're bigger? Any advice would be appreciated. :)
Should I replant my pothos into a bigger space? It seems cramped and full but it’s my first one and I read they like to be root bound.
How do i save it? Should i cut the top part and replant it? 😢
My Bromeliad had two pups large enough to replant in their own pots! I’m excited to keep the bromeliad love going! Any tips?
Little pedros, 9 months old. Should i replant them? They are quite crammed (from the picture it doesn't seem much, but the big ones are 2-2,5cm) and touch each other. Thanks a lot
I’ve had this for two years. Do I need to replant this?
I think it's time to replant my ZZ
Wanting to replant and separate these aloes. Any tips on soil?
Does anyone know what this fella is and if if it’s possible to cut that long stem and replant it?
(Before pic below) this shrimp take was overrun with scuds while the owner was away. They ate her plants, killed the shrimp and attacked the snails. Had to strip it down and scrub it clean, then replant with all new substrate/decor. 8hr job!
(Newbie Q) Strong Winds Snapped my Tomato in Two. Trimmed the Base for a Replant, are the Fruits Salvageable? Should I Make this Three Plants?
Heellpp! 😢😢 can this still be save?? What will i do?? I was advised to remove it from the soil. How long will i let it out from the soil and replant it?? v.redd.it/mxzgi53yrif51
This is my grandma plant (a mix of pothos from my memaw and mawmaw) I noticed a long empty vine in between the leaves. I am rather new to plants (growing addiction). I was wondering if this is ok? Or if I should cut it, place into some water to grow roots and replant with the other?
I received this monstera as a gift. It’s stem is all twisted and thin. Can I replant it right side up? Is this how it’s supposed to grow, sort of sideways? I’m afraid it will snap if it continues to grow. Any help is appreciated!
Whats up with my sunflower plant? First time ever planting anything. Pot too small and should I replant into the ground?
Wrinkly leaves on my Echeveria! Am I under watering it? This had fungus gnats a few days ago which now seem to be gone, and I know they appear when there’s overwatering. What should I do? Replant somewhere else? Cut the wrinkly leaf and propagate?
Hey guys,I want to replant this orchid,can for bark work?also should I use the black or brown pot?ive had it for about 2 months (first orchid)and the sp is phalaenopsis mini
It started out as a stick with 3 leaves, up against the outside of home. I said to my hubby let’s replant this, if it does nothing we will get rid of it. 2 years later this is such a beautiful tree. Or some sort of a flower bush. Can anyone please help a woman who has no clue? Thank you very much 🌸
This started to happen. Should I trim it? Replant it? Leave it? I don’t mind it, but am unsure what’s happening here.
Is This Enough Root to Replant and Water?
Found this plant in my mom’s garden and would love to propagate it! Anyone know it’s name and if I can just cut a piece off and replant?
Itty bitty conifer or weed of some kind? If it is a conifer, how can i help it grow and replant it?
The front most sempervivum is growing out of itself and is tall and strange, until recently was able to hold itself up. I have another sempervivum doing the same but on its own growing upright. What am I doing wrong? Should I remove the lengthy part and replant? Any help is much appreciated!
I’m here to be that person, my kitten is an asshole, knocked my tiny plant over I had to replant it. Watered it and put it back in its tent with some lights, came back this morning and it’s looking cruncchyyyy, should I have faith? Or is it dead?
Do woodcutters replant trees?
Bonus question, Wich trees are best?
1 month betta tank these plants used to be smaller than the cave ready for a trim and replant v.redd.it/k1xvebh3ftf51
Repotting this snake to save it from all the overwatering. A layer of river rocks below and new potting soil. Is this going to be enough? Trim the height and replant? imgur.com/YJW0QEL
Can I replant these into soil?
PVN stem is growing lots of roots now that it has grown longer. Is this normal? Do I need to replant it so the new stem growth is covered up?
What kind of succulent is this and how do I replant it?
My snake plant sprouted a new plant. Is there enough room for it or should I cut/replant the new growth?
Floppy Jade! I want to replant and create some cuttings to end up with some more upright and uniform jade plants. Any suggestions?
[WP] Lightning strikes your backyard, and a glowing sprout appears. You hide it until you move out, when you replant it at your own place. It eventually grows into a massive tree, with luminescent veins of sap running under its bark. Something tells you it has power waiting to be tapped, literally.
Do you guys think I should grow these baby monsteras seperately or replant them into one big pot? And why? Thanks
Need advice! I’ve had this Hoya from a cutting maybe 6-7 years ago. I didn’t know much about plants and I always just bend the vines to make this huge mess. Should I untangle and rearrange it? Should I replant?
One guy’s business fails because he idiotically forgets to replant his crops, causing another guy to establish a totalitarian corporate dictatorship. It all comes crashing down after one guy tries to get laid.
This succulent got severely sun burnt a few weeks ago due to over 40C temp and I almost gave up on her but the last few days I noticed new babies showing up 🥰 Should I leave them be? Or remove and replant?
New to succulents and propagation techniques. How do I safely remove and replant these little guys? They are outdoors in a ceramic pot.
Very new to this! I woke up to two of my succulents tipped over this morning😫 I carefully got them out to take a closer look and this is what I saw. Is it root rot? Is there anything I can do to save the plant? (Cut above the rot and replant??? Maybe just propagate the leaves?)
Living room takeover 8 year old, fresh replant.
My tall babies are out of control. Should I cut the tops off and replant? Please halp!
I guess I overwatered, though I find that surprising. There's an 8 inch piece of stem on top of this one that I can separate and replant, but I wanna know if the bottom one can be saved before I do anything drastic. Help is appreciated!
Projeto Otchiva, a project dedicated to replant and recover mangrove plantations in the Angolan coast, awarded with UN prize. More in comments. reddit.com/gallery/hxqil4
Found this guy at Lowe’s. The pot he came in doesn’t have drainage, nor is there a growers pot. What size pot should I replant him in? When do you add climbing support? reddit.com/gallery/hun01h
Orchid’s leaves wilted so I attempted my first repot and moved it out of the sun about a month ago. Is it doing okay or do I need to replant again? Some new green on the roots but not much.
H. koelmanorium root rot and replant question
So I got an H. Koelmanorium a few months back and through a series of bad decisions his pot ended up staying way too wet for way too long. Saw some leaf issues, uprooted him and sure enough there was some rot and some fungi. I've stripped him of all roots but left just that inner round bottom portion (sperical base of the stem-ish). That part still looks nice and healthy. As far as reporting him, do I just let him callouse a few days then set him in dirt? What about watering frequency as he tries to regrow his root ball?
Ive switched to a better draining soil (bonsai jack) and a terracotta pot instead of the nonporous one I was using.
Thanks for any advance
Had to remove the large driftwood from the center. Might trim the hygro at the back and replant the cuttings in front to thicken it out. Then I’ll prob get a few simple rocks for the middle. Would love any suggestions people might have
Replant Raspberry plants
I am recovering from a serious medical procedure. My parents came to help out and my dad accidentally pulled up almost our entire stock of raspberry plants, thinking it was weeds. (I have no idea how he made that mistake.) My husband is extremely upset. We’re new to gardening, and that raspberry plant was our first success and a significant source of pride for us.
We’re also military and will only be here for one more summer. We’re both disappointed that summer may not consist of raspberries now. Is there anything we can do to salvage our crop for next year? Is there somewhere online/no contact we can buy established raspberry plants that will fruit next year rather than start from scratch again? Even better, is there an option for us to take it with us?
Many thanks in advance.
First time caring for Lillies, just bought today, and they have huge roots. Do I need to replant in a bigger pot?
Best way to separate fiddle leaf??? Trying to replant.
What should I do with this Hylocereus? It’s growing crazy but only on this side, and now has new roots. Healthy but should I replant only the arm?
Pup? Flower? Can I cut it off and replant it? Regardless, so pretty!!!!! 🥰
My little forest patch! All of these came from a single plant and just trim and replant when it gets too tall
A small plant I wish to replant elsewhere but I need to know its requirements. Thanks! imgur.com/a/20x55Kh
Grr... emptying my pots to refresh soil and replant. Get down to the last bucket then I start finding grubs. reddit.com/gallery/i6e954
Do you think I should replant my pilea or take the babies out? There’s 4 babies and she’s in a 4in pot now. She looks ready but I just bought her and I read somewhere not to repot for 1-2 years?
Is it possible to replant these? If so, then how?
What cactus is this? Also....how do I steal one of the babies and replant it in another pot?
Coral restoration group scales up effort to replant reefs in the Florida Keys, has transplanted over 40,000 corals freethink.com/videos/cora…
I overwatered my succulent a few weeks ago. She’s generally alright but all of her leaves at the bottom have shriveled up and fallen off now she has a super long stem but not many leaves. I want to trim the stem and replant her in a smaller pot, any tips? How should I get her to form new roots?
Flood day on the dry start tank. Lost half off the dwarf baby tears, so I ordered Monte Carlo to replant, along with Christmas moss as leaves for the bonsai tree. Honest opinions? Thoughts on stocking this one? Must be shrimp friendly!
It is alive! Thanks a lot to the person that said that some succulents don’t like terrariums! It’s been 30 days after the replant and there are even new saplings coming from it! Still I have no idea what kind of succulent this is.
Ummm can I cut a few “a lot” of these off and replant somewhere else? Would it hurt them?
Leggy dumb cane is drooping—can I chop off pieces and replant in soil?
Was gifted/rescued this neglected jade from a friend when she moved. A couple years old and I believe severely underwatered. What kind of soil should I replant in and any tips?
My burros tail has been having issues, I've left it alone and it started putting out healthy leaves but also it's roots seem completely dead? Should I cut the stem just before the healthy part and replant, or how do I help? imgur.com/a/Bo2m4Zp
Here is my son's Venus Fly Trap "Muncher." New to the hobby; can we cut off and replant what grew out of the flower?
Hello friends! I’m hoping for some advice on how to move forward with my Graptosedum “Vera Higgins”. They’ve all gotten so leggy over the winter, is it best to behead and replant? Is this fairly common and I should I expect to behead every winter? Thank you in advance!
Wondering if these are little roots on this broken off piece of watch chain? Can I just replant this in soil with those little roots buried?
What is this succulent? And how can I successfully replant these cuttings?