Stems keeling over...help, please!
I often lurk in this forum--looking for photos, especially--but now I need someone's help.
Last year, I bought a small Paeonia anemoniflora. It survived the winter, and seemed to be growing well. Last weekend, I noticed that a couple of stems were lying on the ground. There seemed to be no blackening or unusual discolouring, but the leaves were obviously not doing well as they were wilting. I thought that a small animal (or my dogs) had somehow managed to bend the stems.
However, the same thing has happened to the remaining stems--except for one. I don't think it's botrytis, but I'm at a loss as to what it could be and what to do about it. I'm hoping that someone with more experience can help me save my plant. I love this variety, and it's not that easy to find around here.
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