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elamap
Tulsa, OK

July 12, 2006
10:23 AM

Post #2496216

Recently planted a Hibiscus that a friend gave me. It is incredibly beautiful. Planted in the right location--pretty sunny. It has bloomed consistenly for weeks and suddenly . . . individual braches are starting to wither. It seems perfectly healthy otherwise. Any suggestions??
edenawaitsme
Augusta, AR
(Zone 8a)

July 12, 2006
12:58 PM

Post #2496473

Was the plant in a pot or given as a bareroot division from your friends garden? If it was barerooted, then it is possibly just transplant shock. Otherwise I have no clue. Do you have a picture you could post. Hope you find the answer soon.
sanita
Brandon, FL
(Zone 9a)

May 3, 2007
4:59 PM

Post #3459731

It probably is just transplant shock. You can just prune the whole plant down to about 12 inches. Water good and it should spring back.

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