Sweetbroom - Knowledgebase Question

Georgetown, Te
Question by alonsostacey
March 1, 2009
Last year I planted a 1gal sweetbroom in my backyard, in full sun. I have noticed much growth at all. Is this normmal?


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Answer from NGA
March 1, 2009

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Sweetbroom can sometimes be slow to establish, but once it does, it should grow and flower well. As long as your plant has plenty of sunshine and you water regularly, it should grow and bloom for you this spring and summer. Enjoy!

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