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Agreed, February can be quite a game changer for our trees. Over here it looks like some very mild weather starting from tomorrow. So the bare...
Keeping yours very much asleep I see Alain. Hope we don't see pictures like this in April, as we did last year though.
Sounds like you have it in hand. May take a few years, but it's worth the effort.
Good morning A, if you can give yours a lot of shade throughout the Sumner months with other types of trees then you may get more success in the...
Good evening and welcome to the maples forum. I don't think you will get a reply to your question, as the posting from @nelran was posted nearly...
How wonderful to see, this is great diary / thread to follow.
And oh so similar to tsuma beni.
I always cut down enough to remove dead or diseased and leave a small stub to allow for further die back and the remove this the following year.
Hi Chris and a happy new year to you also.
Re your questions, I remove any dead,diseased or damaged wood at any time of the year, so basically...
Hi Kurt, a reputable grower would be looking at replacement or money back in this case. But if this has not been offered then this nursery is best...
That sounds like a very good plan Kurt. And from what I can see in the photo and your description , it seems quite appropriate to use.
Good morning E and a happy new year to you. Tbh I struggle with this cultivar. Mine gets smaller every year due to die back. It started off as a...
Morning Kurt, I apply the Bordeaux paste to the cut ends just once and leave. If it rains heavily and washes it off I will reapply. I have never...
Well that's a good sign Kurt. But IMHO you need to treat them with a copper based fungicide.