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Rosella Hibiscus

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The stems of my Rosella Hibiscus have a green mould on them and the leaves above this mould have died off, why?
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Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery says...
Hello, As Rosella is an annual at this time of year in cool climates the plant will be dying back. This makes them susceptible to disease and the branch will die back. Plant again in the warmth of spring.
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