another "dead or not"?
My question is similar to subk3's "Dead for now or really dead?"
Last year I had a Chaucer which I killed with too much fertilizer after potting it up. Leaves all turned yellow and canes went brown.
I put it in the pot ghetto hoping it might come back. I don't remember seeing green on it again for the rest of the year. But recently when I went to move the pot I noticed it had rooted through into the ground. Could it have done that with no green?
I left the pot where it was, and my question is should I continue to leave it alone and hope for growth in the spring? Do you think the growth will come from the roots in the ground, and so should I move the pot out of the way?
Or could it have rooted through into the ground and then died completely?
I'm inclined to just leave it be for now, but thought I'd ask if anyone had a similar experience.
This post was edited by bellegallica_zone9 on Sun, Feb 16, 14 at 16:48