draculus vulgaris root rot Can I save the corm?

mushibu10(zone 8 (UK))February 23, 2014


So last night I ducg into soil to see why the foliage of me draculus vulgaris had gone yellow - it turns out there was no roots at all - wait no One single root!

so I have gotten rid of the soil and so on, but the corm it self the growth stalk just fell off and where the stalk attaches to the corm is white and had several growth shoots. I have left the come on window cil to dry out.

When it has dried out/healed can I replant it and will it grow back?

(I caused the root rot, i planted it in a plastic pot with very very little drainage holes and I soaked it when planted it and I killed it!)

Thank you


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mushibu10(zone 8 (UK))

and this is the corm.

can I save it/repot it?

    Bookmark   February 23, 2014 at 12:19PM
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