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Fri Jan 7 12:59:37 EST 2000
What area are you in. I doubt it was sunburn as this is a plant that
thrives out doors in zones 9-10. Is it indoors or out?
If the roots are healthy then you should be able to save it.
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Vince Faubert <vfaubert at canada.com> wrote in message
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> I have a poinsetta in which was doing great until I moved back in July it
> was a really hot day and the suffered what I conssider to be sunburned.
> plant turned a sickly looking greenish yellow and stayed that way until
> week 12-20-99 when it started droping it's leaves now it has no leaves and
> it's stems are looking brownish green. is there any hope in saving this
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