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Q.Osteospurmum Jucundum Dying.

Zone Hampshire UK | eilidhmaria added on July 7, 2020 | Answered

I have grown Osteospurmum from cuttings and they thrive in a plant pit but when I plant them into the borders, they wilt and die, almost rot. I have changed the soul and it is still happening. We had about 50 planted by a landscape gardener about 4 years ago and we only now have only about 15 original plants left.

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Answered on July 7, 2020

It is likely a root rot issue. Changing the soil alone will not stop the issue. Treating with a fungicide will be necessary, also.

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