Sharum’s Garden Center: Saving Your Plants From the Rain

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With the flooding of these past two weeks, find out how to keep your plants healthy from the rain!

When flowers get too wet, they are at risk of getting root rot as well as other leaf diseases. If you notice a yellow tinge to your leaves, it's from too much moisture and a lack of sunlight. If you notice issues with your flowers, you may need to get a fungicide.

If your flowers have drowned, check out Sharum's Garden Center!

Check out the video for more information.

Sponsored by: Sharum's Garden Center

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