I live in Harrisburg, PA and would like to know if I can plant delosperma cooper now?
You are in zone 5 and the last average frost date is April 15.
You do need to take into account the weather you are experiencing now and make sure you are out of frost danger.
You may also check your soil temps. Plants really won't like being in cold soil, so let those soil temps warm up to around 50 degrees F.
If they are dying due to being overwatered, then it is likely that the soil has a fungal infection. The best thing to do now would be to add wettable sulfur and dolomitic lime to help it recover. Only water when the soil is almost completely dry.
This article will give you more information on their care in the future: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/ice-plant/growing-hardy-ice-plant.htm
My ice plants were beautiful for three weeks now they are brown flowers. I think I might of watered them to much. What can I do to help them?
I believe that I have answered the original, and that this is a duplicate.
How soon after spraying nontoxic weed killer can ice plant be planted? Best to use seeds or pieces from an existing plant?
You can propagate by seed, cuttings or dividing your plants; it depends on your patience level!
I would wait at least 3 days after herbicide application to plant.
I just received a shipment of Fire Spinner Ice Plants. Pretty much as soon as they were unwrapped from their protective plastic and cardboard wrapping and moistened slightly, the stems got very brittle and woody-looking. Could they have gone into shock or been dormant and died back? I put them in the ground and cut the brittle stems down, I can only hope the potted part put in the ground is healthy and cutting it will promote new growth. Thoughts on what would cause this plants sprigs to get brittle and woody?
From this image, your new plant looks in pretty tough shape. I would contact the seller to report the condition on arrival.
My guess is the plant got to hot in transport.
I would ask for a replacement.
I accidently watered my new ice plant all night! Any chance they will survive?
Yes, just let it dry out for a few days or a week before watering again. Try to determine the soil moisture content before you water again, by digging down in a couple of spots to inspect the soil to see if it's wet or not. A soil moisture meter is handy.
In Harford County Maryland all my ice plants never came up! :( Why?
Can you include more information? Did you plant these from seed? Were they alive beforehand, and did not come up after winter?
If these were from seed, and the seed never came up, then there could be many reasons that they did not come up. Dead or old seed would be the first reason.
Please include more information and I will be glad to help.