Two days withoutwith the hose & the has come again… big time!
It’s been tough since planting last month. The rain has fallen extensively since Typhoon Songda and then Tropical Storm Maeri.
Previously watering once or twice per day due to the heat quickly drying out the soil. Until we noticed leaves turning a lighter shade of green and a few edges starting to brown.
Honestly, I am unsure what is normal when growing plants and flowers, but instinct and a bit of internet research tells me they need to dry out a bit.
Rain and then hose water maybe too much. Granted we only watered with theon days when the rain was a mere sprinkle, but who knows… We definitely don’t want to drown our new sproutlings.
Resist the urge to water, at least for a few days.
Moving out of the Danger Zone
The only thing to do was try to dump the water out without spilling too much soil and prop the pot up to allow the water to drain out faster.