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Q.Tabebuia tree

Zone Tampa, Florida zone 9 | adder added on September 12, 2017 | Answered

Hurricane Irma snapped our 9′ high tabebuia tree in half. We’ve cut it down to a stump. Any chance it will re-grow, or should we just dig out the stump?

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Answered on September 12, 2017

It would be best to let the tree stay for a few more weeks to see if it will recover. it is very possible it will give new growth. If after several weeks nothing happens, then it would be advised to remove the stump.

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