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Re: Hi/hardening hibs

  • To: gardenchat@hort.net
  • Subject: Re: [CHAT] Hi/hardening hibs
  • From: David Franzman dfranzma@pacbell.net
  • Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2003 09:53:05 -0700
  • In-reply-to: <001201c387c6$a58977f0$0e10660a@Justme>
  • References: <001201c387c6$a58977f0$0e10660a@Justme>

Hi Donna

If you brought your hib in without hardening it off you can expect some 
yellow leaves.  Not to worry they will grow back.  Do you have it in 
front of a well lit window?  When these hibs suffer stress they will 
lose leaves and may drop some buds.  It will get used to it's new 
location and be just fine.  Check for spider mites inside.  If you get 
mottled yellow leaves or see webbing give it a shower.  Otherwise these 
are pretty resilient plants.

Glad you're enjoying it.


Donna wrote:

>Glad to see you made it back to chat David! 
>Congratulations on the successful year! We all knew it... so what is it
>like to be famous?!? I am sure you will not end up on the cutting room
>floor, so if you get advanced notice, do let us know and maybe we can
>tune in to MSNBC and cheer you on from our neck of the woods...
>And while you are here-- my tropical hibiscus is not happy in the house.
>With a freeze predicted tonight, had to hurry the hardening off to get
>it inside... the bottom leaves are turning yellowish.... not enough
>light or too much water? Or?
>>Uh, Hello!
>>It's been a long time since I've seen ya'll.  I hope everybody has
>>weathered the storms, terrorist alerts and other natural disasters.
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