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Standard Holly turned yellow

Our standard holly has turned yellow. Its trunk and branches hardly have any leaves, but it has a few berries.
Is it pot bound or over/under watered?

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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 08/23/2019 @ 1:49 pm

It certainly could be rootbound. If it has spent more than a year in container without root pruning, then it may be time to do so, while giving it a fresh batch of compost, or nutrients.

1/4 cup of DOLOMITIC LIME and teaspoon of WETTABLE SULFUR will help to keep away any infections during the year. Use this treatment once, or twice per year.

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