bay trees

i have 2 bat trees quite large but the leaves are yellow what can i do, thanks for any help.
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If you care for them as carefully as you spell I suggest firewood.
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No experience with Bay (or Bat) trees, but if all the leaves are yellow, you're too late.
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On 5/27/13 2:45 AM, arnie 1 wrote:

There are several unrelated trees called "bay". Do you have the botanical name?
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arnie 1 wrote:

If you mean bay laurel, Laurus nobilis, the leaves ought to be deep green all year round. If they are yellow you have a really sick tree, as others have said it may not survive. There are many problems that present this way. Without more information about the growing conditions, when, where and how this happened it is pointless to guess which problem it is.
David
PS Ignore Brooklyn he isn't picking on you, he's nasty to everybody, can't help himself.
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