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PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 2:32 pm    Post subject: acer davidii Reply with quote

I am having problems with two acers in garden, both Acer davidii, and
Acer davidii 'George Forrest'. One has never opened its buds since I bought
it three years ago. The other is a few years older and was beautiful until a huge branch broke off duing a sumer storm. It continued to grow for a year
or so, until this year all I am left with is bottom growth in leaf , but sadly top
growth has also buds which has refused to open!! Has it some sort of mite?
Should I remove them?
I have lots of olther Acers, all doing well.
Would anyone know what has happened to these two trees!
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