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by MICKEY55 on April 05, 2006 02:53 AM
I have a problem with my lilacs dying off. Each year I have to remove dead branches down to the root. Would I need to move them or are they lacking nutrients?
by ktownmom on April 05, 2006 03:42 AM
We just had this problem as well, not saying what we did was the right thing, but we really cut it back, took out all the dead stuff, the suckers, and gave it some miracle grow. We will see how it fairs this year.
Curious to see what others say.

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by weezie13 on April 05, 2006 05:26 AM
I don't really have an answer but wanted some more questions answered...

How old is the lilac?

Where is the lilac placed, by a house, out in the open, by a black walnut??

What is the growing conditions the lilac is in, ie: soil, water, what kind of fert's, if any?

And Welcome fellow New Yorker!!!

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Don't forget to be kind to strangers. For some who have
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by MICKEY55 on June 17, 2006 05:44 PM
thank you all for getting back to me but i ended up cutting every thing back and just let it go. i actually just had 1 lilac that measured 2 in. maybe it was a bonsai thing

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