Japanese Aralia - Knowledgebase Question

Long Beach, Ca
Question by sjgarcia4
January 31, 2010
This shub was doing beautifully, then it looked as if it was going to flower and now looks droopy and dying. I was going to pull it up and return it but it looks as though there are two new sprouts at the top, will it come back?


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Answer from NGA
January 31, 2010

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If your plant is relatively new, it might be that that transplant shock made it look droopy and arrested the flowering. Usually transplant stress goes away after about 2 weeks so if your plant has perked up and is putting out new growth, it's a good sign. I'd give it a few more weeks to see how it grows. Good luck with your plant.

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