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Stephen M Jankalski CEREOID at prodigy.net
Sat Sep 18 22:01:30 EST 1999


Leaves are designed to be temporary structures. They do their job and then
eventually fall off and are replaced by new leaves.

Think about what happens to deciduous trees in the fall. If it bothers you,
then steer clear of New Hampshire and Connecticut in the coming months.

Mike Simons <kathmike at sympatico.ca> wrote in article
<37E3FEAC.F6227F36 at sympatico.ca>...
> i have a hibiscus that i'm turning into tree height,  sometimes a couple
> of leaves will turn yellow and fall off.  is it bugs that are doing that
> or is it not enough water,  i have no idea... it comes and it goes....by
> the way it is over 6 ft tall now...
> 
> does any one know of an hibiscus chat group?
> 
> 



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