me no green finger

hi all
new gardener
and not doing very well
can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong
plants are in pots and some indoor some out
feed with miracle grow about once ever 2 weeks
plants seem to be dieing off at tips and different kinds so know I am doing somthing wrong
have attached some pictures
can anyone help?
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Sandyb


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Too much fertilizer. The plants will look scorched.
Re-read the directions on the Miracle Grow.
You can grow a plant for years with no fertilizer at all.
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snipped-for-privacy@verizon.net wrote:

I agree, Sandy. Especially with the plants being indoors, once every three months is PLENTY often enough for the Miracle Grow. Put them in the tub with little blocks of wood or something under the pot edges to support them and keep the bottom free. Then give them a good soak, and let all the excess run out. Repeat it an hour later, and let it all run out again. That will wash out a lot of the fertilizer. Then put them back, make sure they get decent light, and DO NOT fertilize them again for at least three months.
Tony M.
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Sandyb wrote:

Green fingers, lol. http://www.imdb.com/video/hulu/vi1949172505 /
Bob
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