There are a variety of reasons why buds fall off of a gardenia plant, but the most common cause is a change in location. Improper watering habits can also cause gardenia buds to fall off the plant. More »

An evergreen shrub that thrives in warm weather, gardenias typically bloom from about mid-spring to well into the summer months. Gardenias are easily recognizable by their iconic white flowers and strong distinctive smel... More »

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 »

Care for gardenia flowers by placing the plant in a good location, using well-drained soil, watering the plant deeply, adding mulch and fertilizing the gardenia bush. This bush needs a tropical environment to thrive, req... More »

To grow an eggplant, start the seeds indoors, transplant the seedlings to a sunny location, pinch off the terminal growing points, water and fertilize the plants, stake the plants and pinch off buds. You need containers ... More »

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Hair loss is caused by a variety of reasons including harsh chemical treatments, hair styling, heredity, medical illnesses, chemotherapy, hormonal imbalances and a myriad of other reasons, according to WebMD. To treat ha... 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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