Last year through the spring Fall & summer I purchased a variety of various Honeysuckle plants & really didn't expect much in the way of blooms untill this year after they had all had a few months to get established. Most are doing well, however I do have a couple that are looking poorley and their leaves are curling up althouth they are still somewhat supple & green.
A couple of things come to mind
Too much water, not enough water, too much mulch on top, planted too deep and wondering if the root ball may be so tight that no water is getting in and it is slowly dying. These were 2 or 3 gallon plants. Any ideas on what to do would be greatly appreciated. If I'm gonna need to dig it up and start over I'd rather do it sooner than later.
The lady at the garden center where I got them suggested the possibility of thrips & then I began to notice a black fingus or mould on some of my vines
the solution I guess is DE & beneficial nemitodes. The problem with DE is that it is non selective
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