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Rose Plant and marigold plants dried out
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jasmine
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May 2, 2013 - 5:45 pm
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Hi,

 

I have 2 rose plants, a regular yellow rose and a tea rose plant (sorry do not know the actual name or variety) the thing is both these plants have absolutely dried out with no leaves however a few branches are still green.

 

I have planted the roses in the same container and added G5 (swaroop) about 10 days ago.

 

The marigold plant with orange red flowers when I bought it looked very healthy and had many buds and flowers but about 10 days ago this too dried out completely with no green branches.

 

Some more info:

I have planted them on east side window with a lot of morning sunshine, i water them every morning and I live in mumbai.

 

I am very new to gardening and plants so I would like to know what can I do to make the plants come alive and bloom.

 

Thanks,

J

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