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How do you look back to old threads and can we post pics on this forum?
You can post pics by clicking on the green oak tree on the right of the smiley on the bar above where you write. But if you have an ipad or something that isn't a laptop then I don't know. The oak tree will guide you but you may have to wait a bit for each stage.
We have a standard Red Robin, it was initially in a pot, but over the winter it really had bad spots etc on the leaves, so in the spring we put it in the ground. But about 4 weeks ago it started shedding its leaves, and now it looks pathetic, hardly any leaves left at all and no new news growing, the redness is even dissappearing .... please can any one tell me what to do. Could it have something wrong at the roots.
My mature Photinia Red Robin Tree was blown over in the recent strong winds. It was approx 13ft high & is now ripped at the roots & lying over to one side. The leaves are dying off by the day & I don't know what to do for the best. I have grown this beautiful tree from about 1ft high & am devastated. Any suggestions on how to save it? Lynne
Few replies on another thread
Foxy, there were several replies to your question on the thread you started. If there hasn't been any more advice then I expect it's because other posters don't know the answer. I would prune it fairly hard and re-plant it and hope for the best. If it works you will have a shrub, but I'm afraid it may not be the same as before, you say "tree", it would be bushier I expect.
My reply was ....on other thread....to start again. I really don't think it will regrow and you will have to put up with an ever worsening dying plant. Plant again with something else and enjoy it
i have had a red robin tree planted in my garden for about 9 years , its about 15ft tall
up untill about two years ago its look healthy, but the last year or so its gone thin and sparse with not so many leaves . we do love the tree .
Duncan give it a good hack back. It will stimulate growth. Don't let it waste energy flowering.