How do you tell when a plant is actually established?

Hi, I’m relatively new to growing plants. I’d like to know, how do you tell when a plant is actually established?

Asked by Kamil on 13th May 2022
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"The plant will send out new buds , shoots or leaves"
Answered on 16th May 2022 - Member since Feb 2022 - report
"Depends on the plant.
Normally first roots system needs to establish.
Once your plant start growing and showing signs of new growth than start establish .
Can take weeks to months all depends what you grow"
Answered on 13th May 2022 - Member since Mar 2022 - report
"Green indicates the plant is still alive, while no green means at least that part of the stem is dead. If you've found green, you know your plant is going to make it. If you don't see green, try gently scratching further down the stem. Use your fingernail or small knife to search for signs of green and moisture."
Answered on 30th Nov 2022 - Member since Nov 2022 - report
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