Essex, United Kingdom
Well i'm back and a big hello to all my favourite and new gardeners.
I know I shouldn't of done it (to big for where it was)and kinda regret doing it now but I moved my Double red (Alcea Rose) Hollyhock to a new position in the garden 2-3 days ago. Since re-planting it the leaves have really drooped on it. We had a rain shower the other night and when I woke in the morning it had perked right up and all leaves had recovered. Came home at lunchtime on the same day and it had drooped again. Been like it since and have given it a dose of tomato plant feed, miracle-gro and plenty of water but still the same. Don't think it's died yet!
Any idea's on how I can save it as got lots of lovely new buds on it??
- 1 Jun, 2011