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Gailb
May 2, 2017 9:50 PM CST
I have 4 camellias planted in a row they have been established for several years and have flowered well. They seem to be dying from one end the first two have died the one last n the row still looks healthy,so I don't want to lose it also; any suggestions
Name: Celia
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Zencat
May 3, 2017 6:45 AM CST
Can you post pictures? That would tell us a lot. Also, has anything around them changed lately? Watering, sun, fertilizer?
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sooby
May 3, 2017 6:50 AM CST
Welcome!

Pictures and a rough location would indeed help.

Check out also this page from the American Camellia Society on root rot of camellia:

https://www.americancamellias....
Name: Elaine
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dyzzypyxxy
May 3, 2017 9:12 AM CST
Yes, we do need to know your location to advise you on this. Please fill in your location in your profile.

It seems to me that there have been weather conditions all over the country that could be giving a lot of plants trouble. The west has had a very long, cold wet winter and spring - not much you can do about that. The Southeast has had hardly any rain all winter, so plants that normally wouldn't need watering might have needed a lot of help. My garden doesn't do all that well with prolonged use of irrigation, due to the high pH of my well water.
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