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The Fastest Way to Transplant Volunteer Seedlings with Minimum Root Disturbance

  It’s always a great idea to let vegetables such as lettuce to go to seed, because a single plant can produce hundreds of seeds, resulting in lettuce seedlings popping up all around the garden. Plants that grow on their … Continue reading

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Should You Tease Out Plant Roots When Transplanting?

Any gardener who has ever transplanted or repotted plants has seen first-hand how plants that have been grown in pots can sometimes get rootbound, with their roots spiralling or circling around the rootball. This is quite an unnatural way for … Continue reading

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