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BethAnn88
May 13, 2020 10:56 AM CST
We recently moved and I transplanted my young hollyhock. It's in its second year and was thriving, but no flowers yet. Since replanting it, a good number of the off shoots are toast, but the main stalks are flourishing. Does anyone have suggestions on how to keep it going? Should I trim off the dead stuff, or would that be detrimental. Thanks in advance!!
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crawgarden
May 13, 2020 11:28 AM CST
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Probably just suffering from transplant shock, you can cut off the dead leaves, will not hurt or help, hopefully it is situated in a full sun area.
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