Experts and BHG readers answer.
Thanks for writing! Without being able to see your plant in person, I'm afraid I can't say for certain what the problem is --- or what the best solution is. This free service really isn't meant for diagnosing plant illnesses, unfortunately, because there are so many variables.
My best suggestion would be to check with a local expert, such as someone at a nearby university, or a really well-run nursery or garden center. The staff there should be able to help more if you can answer questions for them about the plant.
Sorry I can't help more. Good luck!
Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com
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