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|Posted by sally , Mar 14,2007,16:54||Forum|
We planted a weeping willow tree last year. Over the winter it appeared to be dying. Now the very bottom of the tree has started to regrow and has a few branches with leaves sprouting, however, the remainder on the tree is eiher dead or dying. How can we save the tree? This is the second tree we planted. The first one did the exact same thing, but we pulled it and replanted. Please help m before this one dies all the way.
Thank-you for taking the time to read and help me with my problem!!!
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