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Q.Pine Tree Drying Out

Zone Weybridge | Anonymous added on June 4, 2021 | Answered

Dear Gardener, after 10 years with us my pine tree started to dry out one day after the other this spring. It’s in a pot so tried to replant it in a bigger one but it didn’t seem to slow the process. I am wondering now if I should try to repot it again or what could cause the issue. Is there still a chance to save it at all? Attached a couple of photos. Appreciate your help. Kind regards, Beata

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Answered on June 11, 2021

Usually with conifers, the damage begins months before the needles start browning. If you could plant it in the ground might help. The pot culture may have finally caught up with it. These articles should help:


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