Any help for this Magnolia? Can I save it?

gailuvscatsMay 16, 2014

Galaxy (I think) Magnolia bloomed and leafed out but the leaves look shriveled. Tree is around 20 years old. the trunk appears to be rotting. There are pictures on the image gallery.

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ken_adrian Adrian MI cold Z5

why are they over there ...

and you could have linked us to such ... as i did below ...

that has to be the biggest mag i ever saw... can we have a pic of the whole ...

there is some supreme damage under the bark ... but i dont know what ...

shriveled leaves after bud out.. is either a frost/freeze event..

or the tree is dead.. and thats all it could do ...

regardless.. give it a month.. and lets see if it pushed any more leaves.. if not.. its a goner ...

post the extra pics here ...

ken

Here is a link that might be useful: link

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Mackel-in-DFW

Hi Ken-

Don't get distracted by the blonde.. See link.

M

P.S.- Don't know why link doesn't show up at the bottom of the post. Here it is:

http://tracyautem.com/files/2012/04/Rachel-Lee-Fort-Worth-Engagement-Photos-Botanical-Gardens-Ranch-Fall-Trees_0005.jpg

This post was edited by Mackel-in-DFW on Fri, May 16, 14 at 11:27

    Bookmark   May 16, 2014 at 11:22AM
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