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Old 11-20-2017, 03:29 PM
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[FONT=&quot]Hi, my question is about Japanese hedges that I have grown for past 20 years around my house. Since last year, some plants stopped branching off. Stems got naked starting from bottom and eventually whole plant died and i ended up replacing several of them. I dug up around the roots and no abnormal signs that I could see. I have pictures to show you but I don't see any option to attach them. What causes these conditions and anything I can do to save them? Thank you in advance![/FONT]
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Old 11-25-2017, 12:07 PM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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Kim, I'd like to offer advice, but you didn't include important information. Where are you? what kind of japanese hedges are they (species)? Has anything changed to cause the problem? Did you apply something to them that might explain the poor growth?
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