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Anonymous added on April 19, 2014 | Answered

I transplanted some of my sunflowers because I didn’t know I should plant only one seed in a hole. They were with leaves, but after I transplanted them, they went down like the plant is dying. What can I do, or will I lose my plants? And what natural ingredients can I put on them so they will grow nicely?

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Answered on November 30, -0001

The sunflowers are likely suffering from a bit of shock, which is normal as the plants acclimate. Just make sure they receive plenty of moisture as they adjust to their new environment. More often than not, plants will recover on their own.

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