Kangaroo Paw plant
I have a kangaroo paw plant in a large pot in full morning sun on my patio for a few months. The flowers have died and it has not produced any new growth at all. It has been very hot for a week 90 degrees, now cooler and I have kept it watered. Usual temps are around 72 degrees. Any suggestions. Should I plant it in the ground instead? Should I feed it? thanks very much
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Container plants can dry out quickly, especially in temperatures above 85 degrees. You many need to water a couple times a day in the hot weather.