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Re: SL trip> Asarum

NO, I'm more neglectful than over-attentive. It was next to an Aconitum
(I got both from you a few years ago.). Both were looking good and then
this turn for the worse. The Monkshood has gone from one original stalk
to 4 stalks now. but they've lost most of their leaves - turned
grey-black, dried. The stems, though are still turgid, which is why it
doesn't seem to be a lack of water. Since both plants experienced
problems, I wondered if it might be fungal. In front of them is an Actea
"Hillside Black Beauty'. It, too, has lost bottom leaves, but is
blooming now. The saddest case is that beautiful ginger though. It is
still droopy in it's container. If I removed the leaves would they
resprout? or should I just wait and see what happens next year?


-- "Gene Bush" <genebush@otherside.com> wrote:
I believe you mention this once before, Kitty.
    I have not had that problem with any of my gingers, so can not give you 
a good answer. Any chance you could have loved it to death:-))??
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center" 
> Gene, do you have any suggestions for me on my previous qatn re A.
> shuttleworthii?  It was gorgeous, happy, and spreading for a couple of
> years, then suddenly prostrate, sad looking.  I dug and potted it, still
> looking bad.  I tried more water, less water.  Are Asarums prone to any
> fungal problems?
> Kitty

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