Growing a blue or purple plant pots can be a bit of a challenge.
Here are the basics.1.
Put it in the sun.
This will make the pots grow and look much more purple than their white counterparts.2.
Fill them with water.
The more water they get, the bigger and healthier the plants will get.3.
Take care of them with a potting mix of plants.
Use the same one each day.
This way, you’ll get the best results.4.
This is one of the most important things to keep in mind.
Once you get the pot plants watered, they will be able to grow, and they’ll look great.5.
Put them away.
Don’t over-water them, and don’t put them in the same place as they were growing.
If you do, you may damage them.6.
Take the plants out and start fresh.
This may sound like a daunting task, but it’s actually very easy.
First, take the plants you want to transplant out and put them into a new pot.
Fill it up with water and cover the top with the plant pots soil.
This creates a water barrier.
This allows the soil to soak up the water and the water will start to grow and the plants grow.
The next day, when the soil is dry, the plants can be watered again.
Once the soil has been moistened, the soil will absorb the excess water and will absorb nutrients as well.
This will create the soil conditions that will make your transplants grow, look beautiful and last for years.7.
Check the soil.
The soil will look a lot different from the soil you planted.
The water in the pots will help you know if it’s a good soil.
If it is, add more soil.
Don- t forget to check the soil every few days.
It may take several years for the soil’s pH to reach its natural range.8.
Use a water pump.
Most people use a water-powered pump to make sure the water is getting into the plants.
If that doesn’t work, you can buy a pump that will pump water directly into the pot, instead of the soil-based method.
Water pumps are inexpensive, easy to use and they will last for many years.
You can buy them online or in local gardening stores.9.
Water the plants once a week.
Use water-based watering every week, rather than every two weeks.
If your plants need more water, water them once a day.
They’ll look even better.10.
The plant pots will look better with your plants being able to see the color.
You won’t need to apply any pesticides to your plants, so they won’t become a pest.11.
Use soil that is pH neutral.
Plants will grow and grow to their full potential with pH levels that are neutral.
This means the soil doesn’t need pH adjustment every other day, and the plant will grow to its full potential.12.
Make sure the soil in your new pot is well-drained.
Water it every day and use a soil-testing kit to check it.
If you have any questions about growing blue orpurple plant pots in your area, contact us at the Plant Pot Cooperative at (717) 672-3612 or visit us at our website at: www.plantpotcooperative.com