Q.Problems With My Pink Pussywillow
Hi, ive been growing quite well a Japanese pink pussywillow and it was positioned in full sun however it seemed like it was too hot as the leaves were becoming burnt and crisp so ive moved it to a more sheltered area that still gives it sun but not so intensely. However ive lots of new shoots but the leaves are still going brown at the ends and crispy & im worried somethings wrong. The colour of the leaves are turning white in places that are looking dead and the brown curled leaves look like they have green mould on them? Does anybody know what i can do or indeed what’s wrong? I water it most days as the soil is always bone dry to touch.
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I just wish that I could see the soil. This could be a problem of compact soils. It appears to be an issue with too much moisture, so if the top of the soil feels dry, but it is moist deeper down, it is likely a soil issue. Here are some articles that will help: