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schip laurel problem

Posted by Pelleg zone 6 (My Page) on
Tue, May 10, 11 at 11:39

Can anyone help me with my schips? They were planted last spring by a landscaper. While watering them I noticed they were planted with all the burlap & roping still tied around them. I cut off as much of the roping that was around the neck of the shrubs as I could. They seemed great all summer, but this spring they appeared to have something like shot hole. Also, some of the leaves are green from the base of the stem half way up, then turn brown. This has affected some of the shrubs a great deal. I don't want to lose them or have this spread as there are 20 of them in a row. Thanks for any advice.


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RE: schip laurel problem

you posted in the GALLERY ... w/o a picture ...

why dont you retry this over in the actual shrub forum .. you will get many more replies there ...

i cant help cause i dont do laurel

ken


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