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Q.In Nov I Relocated Both My Camellias. They Were Healthy With Many Buds That Were Starting

Zone Redmond WA | Anonymous added on March 21, 2022 | Answered

to bloom. After relocating blooming stopped and the buds turned brown. No improvement till now. Please advise how I should help the plants recover. Thanks in advance.

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Answered on March 21, 2022

It's best not to move plants when they are blooming or about to bloom. Plus, the camellias may not have had a chance to get reestablished before cold weather. Here are some tips on how to help with transplant shock:


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