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mazus reptens, 'mavens'

Posted by flowerbrackob z4 WI (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 31, 08 at 13:04

The very center top of the mounds are turning brown, brown, brown;looking dead, dead, dead, the tentacles are healthy as can be and spreading nicely. I don't believe foot traffic has been excessive tho.
We've had enuf rain, and additional sprinkling is in order too.
Is this a problem? Will it "come back" healthy next spring?
It wasn't that way last year when the plants were newly placed into the soil. Oh woe is me................jaemy
jaemybrackob@tds.net


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RE: mazus reptens, 'mavens'

I've read that the hardiest it is is to Zone 5 and then it should be heavily mulched. If the rhizomes are spreading means there is life but barely. Sorry. Foot traffic shouldn't bother.


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