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Good watering, make the ground soft, as big a rootball as you can, water in then don't water to excess afterwards, just enough to not dry out completely
I'd move it Voyager, mine get little sun, little moisture, flower well and aren't yellow. The scent is great
I wouldn't be rejoicing. Not the same species but mine look pretty rough at the top
What's a winter melon?
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I wonder if these are more common now. I've had V. tinus for years and it's only 2 or 3 since the beetle turned up. It's only destroyed on bush now, the other not at all
Take care not to end up with an ugly stumpy thing. Cut branches, if they don't die back completely, will just throw up straight sticks. I don't think labiurnum responds well to big cut backs
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I thinks it will be aphids that the ants are after and aphid sucking activities make the leaves curl.