Hello. We have 2 red ossier dogwoods that have thrived 10 years. One appears...
Hello. We have 2 red ossier dogwoods that have thrived 10 years. One appears to be dying. She has lost most of her trunks/branches, and now has only a few thin branches because we cut away all the dead. My husband hand-pulled all the "weedy" plant material from all around her base before this started. Would that cause her to decline? Seems like the pattern goes: from top of branch where she flowers down, and changes from that stunning red to a brown maroon. The one image is the sick one. The other image is healthy one.
Can she be rescued?
Cuyahoga County Ohio