Are Bushes/Shrubs 'alive'?


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Hi All

Novice gardener here. Perhaps a bit of a weird subject to raise. if I plant, for example the root of a rose bush (could also be a shrub or anything similar) and in a years time it appears not be thriving so well. If I decide to replace it with something else, am I 'killing' it?
 
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Without the proper care, if left to dry out the poor thing will die a slow and agonising death :giggle: For a quicker and more humane death put the offending plant on the bonfire where its suffering will be slightly less. If you are really cheesed off with it, it should be hung, drawn and quartered.
If you feel sorry for it, put it in the right soil, check it over for bugs or disease, water and feed it (talk to it if you`re royal) and pray it soon feels better.
 

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