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Chrinodendron

I have grown a chrinodendron successfully before in alkaline soil in a flower bed. Then I discovered this plant should be in acidic soil. Now I have one in a pot in erracacious compost. The leaves are curled and odd shapes and the followers are very pasty looking in comparison to the bright red I had before. I feed the plant every week. Should I just plant it in the ground? DW

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  • Flowers !!! 
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 19,855
    If the other one grew well then plant it out, they are big shrubs I don’t  think they do well in pots. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • Yes I thought it’s probably the easiest solution. I just can’t understand the reaction of the two plants - the opposite of what should have suited them. 
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