Impatience - Knowledgebase Question

springhill, Fl
Question by dinomec
September 16, 2009
my impatence were doing great 3 ft high when all of the leaves were gone and the flowers too. They now look like asaragus spears what can I do I put sevin powder did not work ?


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Answer from NGA
September 16, 2009

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Impatience can lose their leaves if the area is too moist and they develop a fungus. You can try cutting down all of the stems in hopes of encouraging the plants to develop healthy new growth. Hope they do! If not, you may need to pull the plants and replace them with healthy new ones.

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