Japanese Horn Beam Dying
For the second year in a row, one of the Japanese Hornbeam trees that Friends of Trees team planted in my parking strip is dying. They thought it might be a fungus in the soil, but as they do not have a certified arborist, they suggested I contact you. Parts of the tree look healthy, but certain branches are losing their leaves (drying up, turning brown and falling off). The affected areas are increasing. A new Japanese Horn Beam in our adjacent parking strip seems to be doing fine. Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
Multnomah County Oregon