yellow flowers in grass
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Q: Why does my (fill in the blank) keep dying?

A: If a plant dies, it's telling you something. You might want to replace it once, just to make sure the first plant wasn't damaged in some way. But if the replacement also dies, that plant clearly isn't suited to that location. Move on, and plant something else.
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