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Crown Rot or something else??

Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 28, 13 at 11:23

I lost a few last year and this year lost 6, I believe.
At this rate I won't have any left.
Any suggestions for what the problem might be
Sometimes the heat seems to get to some and they die back, but come back as it cools down.
I don't believe any of these will be coming back up.


Art Gallery Fringe - in 5X8 raised bed
Cerulean Warbler - new last fall, in corner large flower bed
Lola Branham - in 5X8 raised bed
Royal Braid - had several years in large corner flower bed
Salty Skipper - new this spring in 20 to 25 gal. container with 2 others that are doing fine
Sherry Lane Carr - large corner bed, lost this last year and replaced it, put near where it was and lost again this year

This post was edited by ruthz on Mon, Oct 28, 13 at 16:12

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RE: Crown Rot or something else??

Lola Branham is a hard dormant . The hybridizer lives on a mountain ( climate zone 4) near Pittsburgh. I wouldn't expect it to do well in a zone 8 garden, and have had other deep south friends tell me they can't grow it. As for the others, I don't know!

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