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Mrs Ashford acquired some small gardenia plants and is a little concerned that these beautiful but sensitive plants may be difficult to manage, particularly if she has to go away for a few days.
The pollen parent will influence colour and the pod parent influences shape and size of the plant, and cold sensitive plants are dominant in that trait.
Mushroom compost, for example, is often high in salts and potentially harmful to sensitive plants.
Plus evergreens that still have leaves on are at risk and sensitive plants from warmer climates, such as palms and olive or patio bay trees.
Cover sensitive plants with fleece if late frost is threatened.
If you do have sensitive plants or flowers, cover them temporarily with chicken wire until they can get established.
WSDA banned the use of clopyralid on residential and commercial lawns last year after consumers and compost facilities complained that clopyralid residue in compost was damaging sensitive plants, such as asters, sunflowers, tomatoes and beans.
Wilderness Watch and a few others objected to the daylong runs, contending that allowing groups of about 150 students to run and hike across the rugged, open terrain spoils the solitude people expect in a protected wilderness and threatens to cause erosion and trample sensitive plants.
Don't use liquid chlorine: it moves through the system too quickly and may harm sensitive plants.
Edlund believes that sensitive plants and factories must now implement more stringent standards to ready themselves for unexpected attacks.
Representatives of the federal government and Cemex contend that the mine won't harm any endangered or sensitive plants or animals.
or Massachusetts, which are adversely affected by hunters and their dogs, many of whom are abandoned on the Seashore and left to trample sensitive plants and consume native birds and other wildlife until local animal protection officials can pick them up.

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