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Jaak06
May 22, 2020 6:51 AM CST
Just had to move two saliva since they were invading the space of my spirea . I removed them and planted them in a full sun area where there used to be an evergreen shrub. New topsoil and bumper compost plus Biotine was added when the transfer was completed. Now the salvia have gone from fully vertical to laying down. Are these dead or in shock? Thank you, happy Memorial Day!

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sallyg
May 22, 2020 6:55 AM CST
well, shock happens before dead. All you can do is water. Good luck!
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gardenfish
May 22, 2020 7:06 AM CST
I'm thinking it's shock, but they will recover. I bought a huge mystic spires and put it in my perennial garden. It stayed wilted for about 6 days, and I wasn't sure if it would make it, but it's fine. Just keep these watered, I think they will bounce back.
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