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Re: Brown branches

Message from Kathy C

In forum: Prostanthera cuneata

Hi, Pete,
Could be a number of things going on. First, Prostanthera cuneata is tender, so it could have been damaged by the cold weather this past winter. Second, when and how much did the gardener prune. This plant needs minimal pruning after flowering. It usually does not regenerate from old wood. In other words, pruning too low can severely damage the plant. Do you have this in your 'Plants I Have' list? You would need to log in to do this, but once you have, you will get detailed instructions and care information for your plant.
Kathy C

  • Posted: Mon. 23rd May 2011 20:56