Red Star Hypericum Inodorum Komarest Has Dry Leaves And No New Ones Appearing
Question From: Plainfield, Illinois, United States
Q: Last summer I planted a Red Star Hypericum inodorum Kolmarest. It was lovely all summer and fall. However, now it has dry leaves and no new ones appearing. I did give it a little trim. However, I think it is dead. I am not sure why. Perhaps it died this winter. I have searched the internet for more info but cannot find any reasons. Can you give me any ideas? Thank you.
Later season fertilizing, too much fertilizer, lack of water, too much water may be reasons. Those would be my guesses. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy