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My Rhodochiton has given up the ghost with the same symptoms as
clematis wilt. A search on 'Rhodochiton wilt' is amusing but not
useful ....

Any ideas?


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My Rhodochiton has given up the ghost with the same symptoms as
clematis wilt. A search on 'Rhodochiton wilt' is amusing but not
useful ....

Any ideas?


Regards,
Nick Maclaren.


Its usually down to water , too much or too little, they cope well enough
with wet in summer but need cold dry conditions in winter, getting it right
at this time of year can be tricky

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Charlie, Gardening in Cornwall
Holders of National Collections of Clematis viticella
and Lapageria rosea cvs
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My Rhodochiton has given up the ghost with the same symptoms as
clematis wilt. A search on 'Rhodochiton wilt' is amusing but not
useful ....

Any ideas?


Its usually down to water , too much or too little, they cope well enough
with wet in summer but need cold dry conditions in winter, getting it right
at this time of year can be tricky


We had a cold wet spell, so that could be it.


Regards,
Nick Maclaren.


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