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|Posted by Linda Riseborough , Aug 16,2005,16:54||Forum|
I planted a pot grown Twisted Hazel in May 2005. It looked very healthy when it went into the ground but now the leaves are becoming very distorted and some of the smaller branches are breaking off. I assume this is because of lack of water but may be I'm wrong since we've had a fair amount of rain these last few months.
I live in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire.
Can anyone help?
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