New reply from david72

<p>It sounds like your Primula candelabra may be suffering from transplant shock, which can cause plants to experience stress and sometimes exhibit symptoms like wilting, leaf drop, or discoloration. Additionally, the damp conditions in your garden may have contributed to the appearance of black spots on the leaves, which could indicate a fungal or bacterial disease.</p>
<p>Here are some steps you can take to try to revive your plant:</p>
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<p>Move the plant to a location with less moisture and more sunlight. While Primula candelabra prefers a damp environment, too much moisture can encourage the growth of fungal diseases. Make sure the soil is well-draining and not waterlogged.</p>
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<p>Remove any dead or diseased foliage, and dispose of it in the trash (not in the compost).</p>
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<p>Water the plant deeply, but make sure not to overwater it. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out slightly before watering again.</p>
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<p>Consider applying a fungicide or bactericide to the plant to help combat any fungal or bacterial infections.</p>
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<p>Give the plant some time to recover. If it continues to decline, you may need to consider removing it from the garden.</p>
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<p>Remember that plants can be resilient and often bounce back from stress or disease with the right care. Good luck with your Primula candelabra!</p>
<p>Thanks & Regards</p>
<p>David</p>
<p>From <a href="https://usps-track.us/">USPS tracking</a> team</p>

https://gardencommunity.thompson-morgan.com/pests-diseases/what-is-wrong-with-my-primula-candelabra

Original Post by Jillybean

What is wrong with my primula candelabra?

<p>I grew a primula candelabra and started it off in a plant pot in my outhouse where its warm..it grew lovely with lots of pretty flowers so I put it outside it was not looking good where it was so transplanted it to a damper part of the garden but now its dying all the flowers have dropped and the leaves have big black splodges..any advice before i decide to fling it?</p>

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