Holly tree disease

Asked June 8, 2015, 6:57 PM EDT

Hello, I have two large Holly trees in my front yard. They have lost much of their density in the last couple of years. One of the trees has multiple trunks one of which needed to be removed last year. A second trunk may have to be removed this year. I'm concerned that the trees may be dying and would love to save them. Any suggestions? Thanks. Bill Jonas

District of Columbia County District of Columbia trees and shrubs evergreens dying

1 Response

Suggest you have a certified arborist do an onsite visit, they usually will not charge for the visit. The attached link will help you locate an arborist in your area.