New reply from jame123

<p>Root rot, caused by fungi like Phytophthora, can occur in waterlogged soil. If the roots are affected, the plant cannot take up nutrients, <span data-sheets-root="1" data-sheets-value="{"1":2,"2":"among us"}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":1061379,"3":{"1":0},"4":{"1":2,"2":16776960},"12":0,"15":""Google Sans", Roboto, sans-serif","16":9,"23":1}" data-sheets-hyperlink=""><a class="in-cell-link" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">among us</a></span> leading to yellowing leaves. Make sure your soil is well-draining.</p>

Original Post by Tulipflash

Problems with begonia apricot shades Garden ready plants

<p>Anyone had problems with these plants this year.  Arrived on 13th May and planted out in good mixture of compost and sterilised topsoil (70/30).  No extreme weather temps and kept watered.  All plants are dying: leaves turning yellow and then falling off.  Some plans rotting through at main stem.  Help!!! </p>


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