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Hi! A couple of weeks ago, I brought home a fatsia japonica, and it was beautiful! Now, it is drooping, drooping, drooping, limp. Because it was by the forced air, I figured it was the dry heat coming at it. Is this probable? If so, is there any hope in getting to come back to its original glory? Suggestions?
Thanks, in advance, for any advice.

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yes the air conditioning could well be the cause. keep it well misted but not standing in water. It may well recover.

10 Feb, 2010


This plant is a hardy outdoor one in Zones 8 and 9, so will not tolerate indoor temperatures for long.

11 Feb, 2010

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