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My Passion Vine Is “Dying:.

It was started from a cutting in October and doing well, lots of new growth. Two days ago the top leaves were looking very wilted. Now more of the top of the vine is collapsing. The plant is about 10 inches tall and is in the house for the winter.
I believe it is a passion incarnta. (sp)


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#1 Comment By Heather On 01/05/2011 @ 1:23 pm

It sounds like it is either over watered, under watered or has root rot. Check the roots for root rot. This article will help:
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Make sure the soil is draining well and that you are not letting it dry out in between waterings.


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