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Unhappy Euphorbia Wulfenni

Posted: 03/05/2012 at 09:04

I planted three Euphorbias in my front garden last spring. They were all bought at the same garden centre and planted out at the same time. One is looking fantastic, whilst the other two look pretty terrible. They are much smaller than the one that is looking good. Their leaves are not fully out, their growth looks quite stunted and they are not really growing. Does anyone have any idea what there problem is? They are all in the same border, in front of the house, which is west facing. Could it be wind damage? Any ideas about how to help them progress, or should I dig them up and start again with new plants?

Favourite tools

Posted: 18/04/2012 at 09:28

A Dutch hoe is a great tool for the garden. I use it to cut down annual weeds between my plants. It's also good in small areas to even up the soil level. It saves on bending down!

April in Your Garden

Posted: 18/04/2012 at 09:01

Obelixx, you're not to late to sow nicotiana, my seed packets say you can sow them indoors til April. I'm trying two varieties this year, sylvestris and x sanderae, lime green. 

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