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Author Topic: Hypericum cerastoides  (Read 922 times)

John85

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Hypericum cerastoides
« on: May 05, 2017, 08:08:36 AM »
A large plant became chlorotic even after feeding it regulary.
I grow it in a very large pot.Even the seedlings around the parent plant are chlorotic.
Yet a couple of weeds(cardamine hirsuta ) are fine and green.
The same compost is used for other plants without any problems (pH around 6,5)
Any ideas what is happening?Drainage is fine.

 


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