Help us save our thujas :(

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  1. WhiteBeard

    WhiteBeard New Member

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    Hi All,

    We have 11 beautiful mature thujas planted along our driveway and they have started showing sings of stress after our horrible winter (drastic temperature changes, loads of snow and an ice storm). The thujas look rather rough, with sporadic dry spots (see pictures). Would you please advise what we could do to help them out a bit, perhaps with fertilizing, pruning (we are new home owners, with limited experience, apologies for our ignorance :)
     

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  2. tsugajunkie

    tsugajunkie Active Member

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    Do nothing now but wait. By June you should know what has new growth and what has died.

    tj
     

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