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Article: Back From The Brink: Rejuvenating an Old Episcia: Hycinthe

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110743cgc
Burlington, NC

August 7, 2008
4:11 AM

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I've planted two this year. one has leaves that are turning brown around the edges but the rest of the leaf seems o.k. what's wrong and what can I do? I'm a new gardener and sorta dumb. Please help!! I'm not really sure this is the right name 'cause i've lost the tag. But, one had large blue blooms and the other one had large lavender blooms.
threegardeners
North Augusta, ON

August 7, 2008
10:14 AM

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I wish I could help...Hyacinthe's naturally die back after flowering, maybe it is just doing what it does?

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