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Unlike the offerings at big-box nurseries, your Infinitini® Brite Pink Dwarf will have healthy roots in nutrient-rich soil, ready to simply place in your garden and enjoy.
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1. Planting: Select a sunny spot in your garden (or wherever you plant in a patio pot) with at least 6 hours of sun daily. Well-drained soil is also recommended.
To plant in the ground, dig a hole that's about twice the size of your plant's root ball, backfill your soil, and then water to settle the roots.
To container-plant, select a pot that's about twice the size of your plant's shipped container, use organic soil mix, and place your plant. Select a sunny spot to place your plant on your porch or patio.2. Watering: If natural rainfall falls short of 1 inch per week, water your plants once or twice weekly. If you're not sure when to water, check the surrounding soil about 2 inches down for dryness.3. Fertilizing: When you see new growth beginning in spring, feed with a slow-release fertilizer that's formulated for flowering landscape plants.