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Hi, I have a question, lilacs turned brown suddenly, were beautiful in the afternoon and in the early evening all turned brownish like that. Ive never seen anything like that, that the lilacs can all turn like that in just more than a few hours. Is that normal?
 

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Yes they are very sensitive to conditions and change fast. Keep the soil aerated and loose to exchange gases and don't over water. Overwatering during bloom time is a no no because it hinders pollen from releasing correctly. Keep the soil dry during bloom time if possible and leave it alone.
 
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Thank you for your reply, we didnt water it at all, just let the rain water it, thats all. How do you aerate the soil without causing damage to the roots?
 

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