|I have several ?'s actually, sorry.. some dusty millers leaves are turning pink/wilting - too much water? how long after planting should i water plants till they get established? i bought most drought tolerant/native plants for living in naples fl. is there a book that ONLY contains native species to us? [or website], thank you i love this website for a beg. gardener, great help!!!|
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Dusty miller needs to be deeply watered once each week. They normally establish their roots within 4 weeks of planting. Wilting can be simply a symptom of transplant shock or it could be that they need more/less water. Once a week should be enough for your plant.
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