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06/06/2012 at 12:56
06/06/2012 at 13:12

Assuming you are seeking advice , I would suggest it is short of moisture.  Ours was woody last year when we had a very dry spring.  This year it's very juicy.

It may also be that your plant is getting old and needs to be lifted and divided and reinvigorated with generous helpings of well rotted manure but that should be done in autumn or spring and not now.

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