i just had several white pine trees removed from my property. They were situated along a rural roadway.....I am looking for preferably a dwarf tree, which for privacy will keep it's leaves thru out all seasons. What would you think would be a good tree or bush, that would of course live in an area which has been the home of pine tree's, and lots of pine needles still around. Your advice would certainly be appreciated....Thank you....
What better to replace it with than with, either, another dwarf pine or another type of acidic loving evergreen? There are many varieties of dwarf cypress, pine, and junipers that will suit this area. Here are a few articles for information: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/russian-cypress/russian-cypress-care.htm
all the sudden turned yellow and drooping and I\'m not sure why. The soil ph is about 6. I have not fertilized this year and have mulched around the tree. All the others seem to be green and not drooping. Can someone please tell me why?
This sounds like it could be the luck of the draw if the issue isn't spreading. It might be that they will need to be replaced with a healthier specimen.
However, if the issue spreads, then you might want to consider chemical control.