To care for gardenias, grow the plants in ideal conditions, keep them watered, fertilize them twice a year, look for pests, and prune when necessary. Gardenias can be challenging to grow, and frequent care is required. More »

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To take care of a gardenia plant, water it at least weekly, and apply a 2- to 4-inch layer of organic mulch to keep the soil moist and prevent weeds. Feed the plant with acidifying fertilizer monthly during the growing s... More »

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Care for a gardenia plant by placing it in a sunny location, amending the soil with the proper nutrients, watering the plant regularly, and giving the plant a humid environment. Fertilize the gardenia twice a year, and p... More »

To prune gardenias, start by trimming after they have blossomed, making sure to prune the branches and remove dead growth. Gardenias need to be pruned regularly, or they can become unhealthy and overgrown. For effective ... More »

The most common pests that damage tomato plants are flea beetles, hornworms and stinkbugs. The sizes and locations of the holes provide helpful clues as to which pests are present. More »

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Prune nandinas early in the spring, before warm weather triggers new growth in the plants. Pruning nandinas before the growing season starts helps keep the plants healthy. More »

Prune tomato plants by finding the suckers, or small shoots, that sprout between the main stems and the branches of the plants. If a sucker is less than 2 inches long, pinch it off with clean fingers. If it is longer tha... More »

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