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Chinese Fringe

Bloomed in the spring. Now branches are very brittle. They break in half. Dallas, Texas.


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#1 Comment By kh0001 On 04/29/2016 @ 11:33 am

Did you experience a cold snap after they bloomed? It may have suffered shock if the temperatures dipped well below normal OR it may just need a severe pruning. These articles will help you:

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