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I hope someone can help me or direct me to someone who might.
I mistakenly left our Ghost Plant (Graptopetalum Paraguayense?) outside (-2C) overnight about 2 weeks ago and since then it is looking really sad. (Photos attached) It doesn't seem to be recovering; in fact, it seems to be looking worse. It is a large plant that until a few weeks ago was thriving inside our home.
What can we do? Can we cut it back and hope that it will recover quicker or easier when spring comes? Or will cutting it back kill it or make things worse?
Thanking you in advance for any suggestion you might have.
Best regards,
Fred and Mandy

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  • Posted: Mon. 27th February 2012 07:30

Re: Help with Ghost Plant

Reply from Patricia Jones

Buy a new one and don't leave it out in the winter.

  • Posted: Mon. 27th February 2012 12:49

Re: Help with Ghost Plant

Reply from Nicola

Hi Fred and Mandy, if you add this plant to your 'plants I have' list in Shoot we give you advice and reminders of how to care. It is recommended not to leave this plant out and/or protect over winter. If you buy another one add it to your plant list and we'll send you a reminder of how to over winter. Kind regards Nicola

  • Posted: Mon. 27th February 2012 13:06

Re: Re: Help with Ghost Plant

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Thank you for your email Nicola.
Best regards,
Fred and Mandy

  • Posted: Tue. 28th February 2012 09:46