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Old 06-07-2014, 01:20 PM  
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I was speaking with a local nursey and they said if you are going to be away from the house for a long time to place all flowers in a kids pool with water in it and the plants will drink the water when ever they want. Is this true to be able to do this?


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I don't know but it sounds good.


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With some plants, that idea will over water and kill them.
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With some plants, that idea will over water and kill them.
but then you don't have to worry about any more.
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Some times over water kill the plants
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it depends on plant, if you are watering it regularly, you can use this tool
I think you forgot something


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