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DEATH VALLEY, CA - MARCH 11: Desert wildflowers bloom on March 11, 2005 in Death Valley National Park, California.
DEATH VALLEY, CA - MARCH 11: Desert wildflowers bloom on March 11, 2005 in Death Valley National Park, California. Photo by David McNew/Getty Images

Plants like to feel established and the slightest change in climate/temperature, to location or even a change in their routine care can cause them to go into shock.

A plant being placed in an area where it is most comfortable with the right amount of shade, light, sun, and water are important components that will help them to feel established.

Once they are established they will continue to put down their roots and the root system will begin to mature. Once that root system is comfortable; then ways to encourage are watering, nevertheless, not over watering and not under watering helps give the plant it balance.

Offering the right plant food at the right time of season, depending on the plant life (all plants are different) then food can be given all year. Plants that go dormant (stop growing), then the plant food would not be recommended for them until growing season.

Additionally, transplanting a plant so that the root ball is not hindered is another significant thing to do.

Even if planted is in the ground or a garden pot, if the root system is suppressed it will not grow in the capacity that it is able, too.

Many other suggestions that are recommended, considering the basics tips can get things started.

The El Paso, TX local stores such as the garden centers to the nurseries offer a variety of supply that can help benefit in establishing and helping to promote growth with landscape and plant ideas.

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