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PostPosted: Wed Apr 14, 2010 4:37 pm    Post subject: Passion flower Reply with quote

Hi Everybody

its great to see the sunshine bringing a bit of life into our gardens!

I wonder if anybody can help. Last sept I planted a passion flower by a fence in a well sheltered area. I think it is now dead from all the cold weather, but I am unsure. All that remains at the mi is 2 tig stems, them is not greenery. I used tom food on it a few weeks ago and gave it fresh compost but it does not seem to be moving.

Should I give up and replace it, or is there hope?

Thanks

Very Happy Ciara

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