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liriope have no buds...

Posted by gardenapprentice tn (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 2, 14 at 16:36

I pruned my liriope and noticed only o e had noticeable buds so is it safe to assume they are dead completely or do they not show their buds?


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RE: liriope have no buds...

I'm trying to get a picture of your plants and the buds you are talking about. Liriope is evergreen in my experience so it should be easy to tell if it's alive or dead. Do you mean there are no new leaves coming? Or no flower buds visible? Can you post a picture of what you are describing?


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RE: liriope have no buds...

I mean the buds that shoot up the new leaves they are grayish looking and have pointed tips and aren't that big I pruned them to the ground this year


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RE: liriope have no buds...

The roots may be alive. Wait.


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RE: liriope have no buds...

So if roots are alive they can push new shoots of growth? I didn't know that lol, but does this work for other plants and shrubs as well?


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RE: liriope have no buds...

even for TN.. arent you a bit early on the spring fever thing???

has anything actually started growing????

ken


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RE: liriope have no buds...

Hydrangeas buds are breaking' maples have their reddish flowers and buds are breaking on most trees and shrubs we have mid 60s and upper 50s


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