I have a rhyncosperium jasminodes which i have been growing in a large pot for many years - never looking very happy but struggling through. Last year we moved house taking the pot with us. I positioned it in a south-west facing site to climb over a pergola. I completely repotted it to give it a boost and fed it regularly. It flourished, had it best season yet and flowered profusely.
However, this year, not a peep out of it. All last years leaves completely shrivelled and no sign of new growth.
Have watered, fed, topped up with new compost.
Feeling very sad and can't accept that it may have died on me! Any suggestions as to how i can check for life or give it a boost to get it to spring into action?
Many thanks, Kate
- 2 Jun, 2012