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Posted 3w ago by @WickedValkyrie

Clearly Basil isn't the only one enjoying the avocado water #mycorrhizalfungi concentrate + #pothoswater from my πŸ₯‘ plant!) I've been giving him! 😲😲😲

Look at the little guys go! Holy moly my dudes! πŸ„πŸ–€πŸ„πŸ–€πŸ„πŸ–€πŸ„

This is clearly not my plant anymore, I'm just taking care of it for The Fae at this point. πŸ˜‚

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#basil #sweetbasil #avocadoexperiment #greatpothosexperiment #fungi #fungusamongus #goodguyfungi #mycorrhizae #mushrooms #mushroomsofgreg #socalgreg #outdoorgrowing #outdoorplants #wickedvalkyrie #happyplants #plantsmakepeoplehappy #plantaddict #newgrowth #plantmafia
6” pot with drainage
Last watered 6 days ago
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Any tips for growing herbs !! Yours looks fantastic 🀩
@Herbalgreen25 are you planning to grow them indoors or out? (:
@WickedValkyrie outdoors for now !!
Yum yum water for mushrooms πŸ„πŸ˜©πŸ’§
@Herbalgreen25 Well, I haven't grown a ton of different herbs. Mostly basil. But I've been growing basil for years! Rule #1 is don't let your herbs flower. That completes their life cycle and they will die. Otherwise, lots of bright light! In the past I always kept my basil in full sun, planted in the ground, but this guy gets partial sun and is obv. in a pot. Lol They also LOVE humidity and they don't like to dry out too much. Don't keep them water logged, but don't let them fully dry out either. Like top 2" of soil dry is the time to water. You don't really need to fertilize basil, but you can if you really want to. Mine just gets what's in the potting mix and whatever my avocado plant doesn't eat. (I water this guy with my avocado water. Is an experiment.) Bottom water if you can. And if you feel like getting up at like 4 or 5am (well before the sun comes up) they like it when you get their leaves a bit wet. Only do this in the early mornings tho. You want to avoid having wet leaves when they're exposed to the sun cuz this will burn them and you don't want wet leaves at night cuz this can cause rot. Hmm... Any other questions?
@WickedValkyrie no this is perfect ! Thank you love !!
Anytime @Herbalgreen25 feel free to tag me if you ever have any other questions (:

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