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Caring for a flowering plant by Claytonia
If you have a plant that is not growing flowers, this could be because it is not being given proper care. In order to flower, plants must have several of their needs met: Proper light: For some plants, that's full and direct sunlight; for others, protection from excess light, especially direct sunshine. Correct humidity: Some plants will but, but the buds will blast, if humidity either is too ...
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