slittle999
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red veining on my smoke bush/tree

Can anybody help? I moved my three smoke bushes about 3 weeks ago, prior to the move they looked great! I pruned them back a little when they were moved, one has carried on as before except for 2 or 3 leaves that have red veining on the leaves.

The other two have not done so well, the worse bush has not had any significant growth since the move and has numerous red leaves and red veining on the remainder of the green leaves.

Please help I have some photos which I could email to help identify the problem.

Thanks

slittle999
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Joined: Mon Sep 04, 2006 1:14 pm

Sorry I think I can put some photos on here but I don't know how!

femlow
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Posts: 127
Joined: Sat Jul 15, 2006 1:37 am
Location: 5a - Maine

Well I'm not sure about the plant, but I do know how to post an image.
First you will need to upload your images to an image hosting site (I use photobucket), which will give you a url for the image. Then, when you are posting your reply, click the button that says Img at the top under subject. This will make an

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[img]
appear at the end of your text. paste the url of the image, then click Img again (except it will be Img*), this will put a

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[/img]
at the end of the url. Then just click submit and it will post your reply with the images.

Newt
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Joined: Wed May 26, 2004 2:44 am
Location: Maryland zone 7

Hi Slittle,

How are your smoke bushes doing? Have they recovered?

Newt

decam0
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Joined: Sat Jun 24, 2006 4:03 pm
Location: London, England

Could it be that your smoke bushes are taking on their autumn (fall) colouring?
Delia

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