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Knowing this simple fact also helps you understand why gardenias cannot tolerate droughts and need constantly moist soil. Plants with shallow root systems tend to need more water, especially surface water. Since the root system of plants drinks in the water and nutrients from the soil, they can only access what they're in contact with.

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Gardenia plants transplant best when the weather is cool and the plant is slowing down. About a week before transplanting gardenia bushes, prune the branches back by one-quarter or one-third. This will reduce the overall size of the growing gardenias and allow them to focus more on their root system. Best Location for Gardenias

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Gardenia cuttings typically need one to two months to produce a new root system and are best transplanted in the spring of the following year. 1 Look for stems on your gardenia shrub that are free ...

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The root system is shallow and sensitive, so mulch generously with a quality mulch to keep plants healthy throughout the year and control weeds. Container plants should be potted in good quality potting mix with a high organic content. ... Fact Sheet Gardenia - Plantmark

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Root System Distribution. Gardenia jasminoides is native to Japan, Taiwan and China. Cultivation. The shrubs prefer a sunny situation on fresh to moist soil. They tolerate temperatures only above at least 1°C (USDA zone 10). Under glass use lime-free potting compost with added sand or peat.

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Gardenia grows well in both sun and moderate shade, and can tolerate drought — I have seen it thriving in old cemeteries with no care at all. But the shrubs require well-drained soil and a nice wide root system. This simply means dig a wide hole and lightly amend it with bark or compost so water doesn’t puddle around roots for long.

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To care for gardenias, place them in a well-lit area that receives direct sunlight half of the day. Water your gardenias once a week or whenever the soil around them is dry. You should also fertilize your gardenias once in the spring and once in the summer, which will help them grow healthy and strong.

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My guess is that it set flower buds last summer but they were frozen or winter damaged. Often times gardenias get nipped back and while their root system survives, the flower buds are lost--since they set them at the end of the summer.

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How to Get Rid of Insects on Gardenias By Teo Spengler. SAVE; One gardenia blossom fills an entire room with fragrance. So imagine the power of a mature gardenia shrub (Gardenia augusta), some 8 feet tall and wide, its shiny, bright-green leaves covered with snow-white blossoms. With this much drawing power, it's little wonder the plant ...

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The most common species, Gardenia jasminoides, can grow 4 to 6 feet tall and equally wide, though other varieties, such as ‘Radican’, are more low growing and even dwarf. With more than 250 species, there’s a gardenia for every situation – especially patios, walkways and container gardens where their fragrance can be most enjoyed up ...