RE is it wrong to turn plants around. I think there are two sides to the story. If you have a plant indoors and consistently turn it so it doesn't start leaning toward the light, this is a good thing. But if you have a plant outdoors and it stays oriented to the power of the sun on one side , and gets reduced light on the other side, a sudden change can cause severe damage. It's as though you had a plant in the shade and then decided to put it in full sun. Well you know what happens. You might lose the plant! This has happened to me several times. I have hundreds of plants and my hubby decides to pull things out for grooming and cleaning up the area. and I have no idea how they were sitting. One example is the four foot tall euphorbia that was in full sun. It was taken off a stand for a day and reset. Now I see terrible scarring on the sunny side because obviously it was oriented the other way. Cherry G.