I have a mature silver lace plant twisted around an arbor. It is beautiful but I was working in my garden and found some long roots underground about 8 feet away and cut them! It then dawned on me that it was the silver lace roots. Did I kill my plant? There is no greenery on it yet but I think it is a late bloomer anyway. HELP
Anonymous added on June 3, 2015 | Answered
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Answered on June 4, 2015
I doubt you could have cut enough to do serious harm. what proportion of an 8ft circle did you cut the roots away from?
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