A bunch of friends bumbling around getting things - and nothing - done.
It looks like it isn't getting enough sun, my dear. When plants aren't getting enough sunlight, they grow long and spindly as they try to grow to reach somewhere where there is more light.
Yeah, what she said. That one obviously isn't getting enough light. I do remember something from GCSE biology!
Thanks for the effort, Green, but you shoulda seen my poor rosemaries. They turned brown from the center outward and then just looked like a charred bit of twig. After having them for a year, it was traumatizing.
Ugh, I was hoping it was something I could fix with fertilizer because I can't give it anymore sun. That's the sunniest spot in my apartment! Oh well, I was not meant to grow mint.
You could put it directly under a fluorescent lamp, but you'd have to leave it on for like 18 hours a day.
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