Prunus The Bride

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  1. JMCollection

    JMCollection Member

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    Hello

    In July, I planted a prunus incisa The Bride on my garden. I bought it from a nursery and the roots were bare. Later, we went on holidays for 3 weeks. I only mulched the tree with cocoa shells and watered it about 20 liters the day before. Many leaves were a bit burnt and dry. Since the autumn has come, it has lost almost all its leaves because of the wind.

    I don't know if it is healthy enough to live through the winter season and if there will be flowers in Spring.

    Did anyone have experience with this cultivar yet? What do you think of the pictures?

    Thank you
     

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  2. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Which cultivar it is has little bearing on the potential outcome. It apparently got dried out after planting, now you will have to wait and see what it does next spring. Kept watered next year it may come back over time.
     

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