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Phalsa plant dead

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Samreen starts with ...
Hi

I have planted the phalsa plant but it seems that it's dead. It got no leaves and is brown stem. Is it normal in autumn to have no leaves for phalsa plant.
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Hi Samreen, Phalsa are deciduous so yes it is normal for them o have no leaves at this time of the year.
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