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Janie BJanie B LincolnshirePosts: 834
Eek! My A. Northern Stars (about 4 years old, in border), have suddenly developed white tips. Lots of them. Any explanation? Or just this unseasonable weather we’ve been having...? 


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  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 31,661
    it's like me, too cold. ;)
    Devon.
  • Janie BJanie B LincolnshirePosts: 834
    You’re not telling us your extremities have gone white, are you? 😉
  • KeenOnGreenKeenOnGreen Posts: 1,630
    We also have Northern Star, it's not as bad as yours, but definitely not as healthy as it would be in a normal (ish) warm Spring.
  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 31,661
    Janie B said:
    You’re not telling us your extremities have gone white, are you? 😉
    I suffer with Raynaud's so in winter they do.  :'(
    Devon.
  • Janie BJanie B LincolnshirePosts: 834
    Oh, that’s rubbish, @Hostafan1, sorry to hear that. 😐
  • didywdidyw East SuffolkPosts: 1,733
    My dad's fingers used to look like a packet of uncooked sausages in the cold. We would warm his fingers up for him.  Sorry Janie B - your agapanthus looks like it grew with the sunshine we had and then got checked by the cold.  Hopefully it will recover when (oh when?) our temperatures get back to normal.
  • Cambridgerose12Cambridgerose12 Posts: 1,031
    Don't worry, it's only a temporary check to growth.
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