Hello guys. today is a very dark day for me. I went into my garden and found that everything was dead. I'll upload some pictures so you can tell if I'm trying to revive them or if they're a hopeless case.
Not trying to be rude but has it been a month since the last time in your garden? That did not happen overnight.Hello guys. today is a very dark day for me. I went into my garden and found that everything was dead. I'll upload some pictures so you can tell if I'm trying to revive them or if they're a hopeless case.
It's kind of difficult for me to gather what you actually did to arrive here. In all fairness I am higher than a Georgia pine.This is an example of what NOT to do. :(
And this. Like any other mistake in life, if you want to beat yourself up a little, go ahead, then wrap that up, figure out what changes you'll make.........and let it go. Mulch the plants, they'll forever be part of your soil (even if it's outdoors under some tree), and on to the next one, more experienced.No worries...clean it up, start over...we've all made grave mistakes before!...Chalk it up to learning and move on to the next!
Not from a week in the dark. That happened to me during a biz trip, and the plants were surprisingly OK.I'm straight as a nail so I'm literally crying.... :(
So if I'm getting this right, you have things so automated that you don't check in on them or haven't been home for a week? I don't know if just a week in the dark, if everything else was ok........I would think what you'd find is a lot of very light green/pale, stretching shoots going on. What specifically happened? Was it more than a week......? And did other things go wrong?
Yeah, the 1 is saveable (how did that one make it?), the rest, no....... :(