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Care for a bamboo plant by using pebbles to support the stems, watering the plant regularly, placing the plant in an area that receives plenty of heat and light and treating the plant for infestations. You need pebbles a... More »

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Keep the roots of bamboo plants moist while preparing the planting space. Dig out the soil and add a layer of compost. Spread the roots before placing the plants in the hole and covering them with soil. Create a barrier ... More »

The time frame for watering bamboo plants depends on whether they are outdoor or indoor plants. If bamboo is planted outdoors in a temperate or mild climate, then it is important to water it at least twice per week. More »

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There are two methods for taking care of fig trees in the winter; either plant the trees in large containers and roll them inside for the winter or wrap the trees to protect them from cold temperatures. Once fig trees lo... More »

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To get rid of poison ivy plants, wait until it rains, put on protective gear, cut the stems, dig out the roots and spray the remaining plant matter with an herbicide. Immediately disinfect tools and clothes. More »

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The best method for harvesting thyme is to cut off the top 4 to 5 inches of the stems at the growth nodes just before the plant blooms. This produces the best flavor and allows the remaining stems to grow and produce mor... More »

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To revive a dead plant, cut the stems back, and reduce the sunlight and water intake of the plant. Wait between three weeks to two months for new leaves or stems to appear. More »

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