/r/PlantsBeingJerks

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A place for sharing videos, gifs, and images of plants being jerks.

A place for sharing videos, gifs, and images of plants being jerks.


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  • If you see any posts that violate any of the rules, please report the post and message the mods a link to it
  1. Please only post plants being jerks, not animals being jerks.

  2. We're here to have a laugh, please keep posts funny.

  3. Do not post content that is already in the top 50 posts of all time. You can check for reposts from your posts page here. Recent reposts will also be removed. Reposts within 3 months of each other will be removed.

  4. If you submit a post that has already been reposted more than 3 times, your post will get removed.

  5. If your post is NSFW, please label it as such.

  6. Original content and crossposts from other subreddits are welcome, but please no spam. This means no posts promoting a specific website, YouTube channel, blog, subreddit etc. Such posts will be removed and reported.

  7. No memes or comics.

  8. Posts must depict plants actually being jerks. Please do not post plants engaging in normal plant behavior which might simply appeal to humans, do not make posts which require you to add context for the plant behavior to be understood. Moderators will remove such posts at their discretion.

  9. No compilation videos, gifs, pictures, etc.

Moderators reserve the right to remove content they deem harmful to the sub.

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This subreddit needs moderators. If you’re interested click here

I realize this sub is basically dead. This sub needs mods to take on not only running it but bringing it back from the dead. Finding ways to promote it and get traffic and return it to its former glory!

More info: So the existing mods on this sub are either gone or spread too thin to adequately moderate this sub, so it needs some active members to take the job. It’s pretty straightforward. It is mainly just removing occasional spam, answering modmail questions from users and fixing small occasional post errors, and removing rule breaking content. It’s only a few minutes a day at most.

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2 Comments
2022/12/08
13:35 UTC

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What’s on my…plant? Cotton swab didn’t brush it off.

1 Comment
2022/12/03
05:17 UTC

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Is it possible for jade plants to just become upset with their normal conditions? I’ve had this jade plant since it was about 6 leaves big and its 3yo Its lived in this window for about 1.5 years and was thriving until recently it’s been growing upward and some of its leaves are dying, repot time?

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2022/11/28
03:41 UTC

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Fiscus Microcarpa Ginseng leaves slowly turning yellow/brown and falling

5 Comments
2022/11/10
21:17 UTC

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Rescued Norfolk Pine need advice.

5 Comments
2022/10/22
02:02 UTC

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what's wrong with my coleus blumei?

4 Comments
2022/10/11
19:22 UTC

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Leaves dried out on Golden Bamboo, any advice?

1 Comment
2022/09/23
20:49 UTC

9

Rain Damaged my Giant Organic Cannabis Mother Plants (Broken Branches)

0 Comments
2022/09/16
15:16 UTC

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Show your Grow🌱 & WIN 42K SSC 🔥 (Details in the comments)

0 Comments
2022/09/02
10:29 UTC

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Will this japanese leaf maple acer survive a life permanently indoors? I’m so in love with this tree and want it in my living room. My living room have plenty of light but can I prevent if from dying?

2 Comments
2022/08/26
14:23 UTC

10

Help

5 Comments
2022/08/26
14:08 UTC

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Help!

9 Comments
2022/08/24
04:44 UTC

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Super Cool And Awesome

0 Comments
2022/08/22
17:22 UTC

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Jerkenstein Fig Fruit. Unsettling Discovery in the Garden 😨👽

6 Comments
2022/08/22
12:43 UTC

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Sunflowers with attitude, or am I mistreating them??

(photo 1) (photo 2) (photo 3)

These seedlings are about half a month old. They’ve never been repotted as they were grown from seeds. They are kept near a window most of the time; not too long ago we gave them a few hours on the kitchen windowsill, which is brighter.

They’re kept in plastic pots with drainage holes, maybe four or five inches in diameter. The bagged soil we used is well-draining general-purpose indoor plant soil. It’s supposed to provide ample nutrients for at least six months.

Last time we watered them was thirteen days ago, and then again just yesterday. We used bottled spring water and gave them enough to make their pots start draining. When they stopped, we put them in their yellow cache pots.

Yesterday we noticed their first and only two leaves getting pale and yellow at the tips. Today they were crispier (photo 1 and 2). Then I left for a four-hour work shift, and when I came back they were even worse! (photo 3)

PLEASE help! My sister will be heartbroken if these die…

8 Comments
2022/08/13
01:37 UTC

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