The hanging basket is one of the most popular flowers you can grow indoors. It grows fast, requires little care and has a beautiful shape that makes it aesthetically pleasing in just about any room. Unfortunately, if left unattended for too long, your hanging basket may start to droop down with leaves floating around it rather than growing upward (a sure sign of neglect). Here are some tips on how revive this summer favorite!
When to bring hanging baskets inside is a question that many gardeners ask. The answer is when the plants are in danger of getting damaged by frost.
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Why do hanging baskets leaves turn yellow?
A: When a plant is exposed to sunlight, it uses photosynthesis to produce food. The leaves of the plants are green because they have chlorophyll in them. Chlorophyll absorbs blue light and converts it into energy that the plant can use.
The “blooming hanging baskets” is a technique that can be used to revive a basket that has started to wilt. The key is to give the plant enough water and sunlight, so it can thrive again.
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