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weeeping willow tree

weeeping willow tree
Posted by: Mrs D a Kernan (IP Logged)
Date: April 26, 2007 15:29

Hi ,
I run a boarding kennels and we have a beautiful weeping willow tree in the centre of our lawn over a large fish pond. Sadly this year it has not produced any leaves. Infact a few did apear at the very top of the tree but turned brown and dropped off within a few days.
The lower branches are very brittle and break off with ease.Is the tree dying or can i do something?

Look forward to hearing from you

Darryl Anne Kernan

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|  weeeping willow tree Mrs D a Kernan 26/04/2007 15:29
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