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Q.I Just Transplanted My Wax Flower N Now It Looks All Brown N The Branches Break Off Easily? Is It Completely Dead Or Can I Save It

Zone Hidden valley lake,Ca | Anonymous added on September 25, 2022 | Answered

by cutting it back

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Answered on October 1, 2022

That doesn't sound good, but you can try giving it a light fertilizer, and trimming the ends to see if that encourages any new growth from the roots.

Transplanting shouldn't have hurt it, but most hoyas appreciate being rootbound to bloom.


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