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What can cause sudden dying of part of the plant

On plant Lavandula stoechas



Cold winds? Mine are not happy - I lost some in the winter, and parts of the survivors are dead. I'm heaving a sigh and replacing them at the moment.

11 Apr, 2010


In my area, root rot fungus frequently does that, though usually in the summer.

12 Apr, 2010


I find this variety of lavender is inclined to do that, particularly after a winter, when it can look very scraggly and unattractive.

12 Apr, 2010


True.....sadly. I am beginnning to regard them as annuals!

12 Apr, 2010

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