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Q.Fungi on Indian Hawthorne

Zone 29576 | Jim-Jan added on June 27, 2017 | Answered

If I cut off all the infected parts of the plant there will only be the bare base of the plant (no foliage), will the plant grow back?

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Answered on June 28, 2017

Although Indian hawthorn can survive severe pruning, I do not recommend cutting the entire plant to the ground. You can replace the plant entirely, or you may wish to cut the plant back to 6 or 8 inches, wait for new growth to appear, and then eventually remove the rest of the diseased branches.

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