For those of you who are looking to soak your plants before and during the day, this will give you some idea who to stop when you start watering, when you stop watering, for each plant, and for the plants to grow, without watering them, or leaving them to dry out again.
After a certain number of days, the plants start losing their ability to grow. If you don’t water them, they will continue to wither, and if you water them, they won’t grow any more. When the plants get to the point where the water is not enough, they stop growing.
Before you start watering, just make sure that you stop watering when it’s time for the sun to shine, and keep it from getting too hot. If you want a plant to live another week, you should water it for about a week, wait, and water it again.
Plants get thirsty, they get hungry, they get bored, and they get thirsty again. It’s like we’ve been programmed to look for ways to keep our garden watered as long as possible.
Our garden is like a very large, very well-stocked water cooler, and it runs on sun. You can grow a lot of food in it, but you can only water it as long as it has sun! If it gets too hot, it just dies.
This is the same reason why you should never leave your garden in the sun. In fact, if you do, you need to wait at least two weeks and then water it again, then wait another two weeks, etc. The same goes for weeds, too.
The same goes for everything else in our garden. We don’t want to over-water our plants, because they are so important to us, but too many times we’ve neglected to water our plants and then they die. Plants can’t live on water alone. You need plants to grow food, and you need water to live, too. So watering them at the wrong time is a sure fire way to kill your plants. If you water them when they are thirsty, they will die.
As for how to take out the plants, I don’t know. We only have a few people that would like to be in charge of watering the plants, so I would suggest that we do it by calling in people who have water experience. We can also make it an excuse to do it on their behalf, using their water experience to make them more aware of our needs.
There is only one way to take out a plant, or so I’m told, and that is to cut it off from the main body of water and move it to another location. In which case, the plant lives on, but with less of it.
I think most people would agree that the water is the most important part of the plant’s life. It’s the water that provides the plant’s oxygen and nutrients. The most important part of the plant’s life is its ability to move, not its water. The amount of water in a plant is pretty much irrelevant.