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My cordyline which is about ten feet high and has a forked head with 3 new heads on each is looking decidedly dodgy since it blew over in a storm earlier this year. I replnted it and sunk it a little lower to try and keep it upright. Most o fthe leaves have now died and though it still grows new ones they appear to be brown and dry at teh ends. Is there any way I can save this plant ?

Tommy in Bromley



Brown and dry at the ends isn't too much of a problem, as long as its putting out new leaves. Cause of tatty and brown ends is variously high winds, drought and cold.

1 Jul, 2010

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