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Chinese evergreen dogwood. Partially heaved up in storm. Has 4 trunks. Was pushed back down into soil and staked. Seemed ok for a month. One

Chinese evergreen dogwood. Partially heaved up in storm. Has 4 trunks. Was pushed back down into soil and staked. Seemed ok for a month. One trunk's leaves browned and fell. Now all the other trunks green leaves dropped. Green on most ends. Should I leave it alone or get rid of it?
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2017  |  0 Views
 
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Thank you for your question. Your tree is best looked at by a professional arborist (certified tree specialist) in your area to assess any further percautions and ongoing care it may need. Please consult the International Arboriculture Society link to find one. http://www.isa-arbor.com/findanarborist/arboristsearch.aspx?utm_source=homepageclicks&utm_medium=homepagebox&utm_campaign=IAmA

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