What is killing only part of a branch on my crabapple tree?
Lassen County California Posted 4 days ago
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Montgomery County Pennsylvania Posted 5 days ago
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Lehigh County Pennsylvania Posted 5 days ago
San Diego County California birds Posted 6 days ago
I have a flowering Crabapple tree. It's been producing cherry-sized Crabapples for ten years.
Suddenly this year, it started producing full-sized apples the size, shape and look of a Macintosh apple.
One has finally ripened and it tried eating it. It tastes a lot like a mac too. It's just a little more sour and has a slightly bitter aftertaste you wouldn't get with a Macintosh.
It's still producing the smaller cherry-sized crabapples as well, but never on the same branch as the big apples.
Have you ever heard of this before?
Erie County Pennsylvania Posted 6 days ago
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Chester County Pennsylvania trees and shrubs Posted 6 days ago
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Somerset County Pennsylvania Posted 8 days ago
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Chester County Pennsylvania Posted 10 days ago
Hi, I have a weeping redbud that started having dead limbs and leaves. The pattern is inconsistent. At first I thought it could be needing water and/or fertilization so I added two sticks of fertilizer and increased watering. Does not seem to have improved. The dead branches and leaves seemed to be on the inside so that was what made me think it was lack of water/fertilization. Some leaves show some spotting but not sure if that is normal during wilting. As you can see one side started showing the inside because of dead branches & leaves. It used to have a beautiful consistent canopy throughout . Please advise. I hate to see it die without me trying to help save it.
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