I hope someone can help me. I have a very sick bay tree. It's prope
name is Laurus Nobilis, A Belgian Speciality.
We've only had it for about a month and it's 5 years old. It's reall
not very well now and most of it's leaves have fallen off. It als
smells like it's going rotten. I think maybe we have watered it to
much. What do you suggest we do to prevent it from dying, or are we to
If it smells rotten, then it probably is. You don't say if it's in th
ground or a pot. GENTLY scrape a branch to see if there is any gree
just under the bark. If so, it's still alive. If in a pot, remov
from the pot and remove all the wet soil. Repot in fresh soil in
clean pot. If using the same pot, scrub well with a 10% bleac
solution and then rinse well before putting the tree back in.
Sorry but what are 'trollesque articles' ?
Thanks for the advice Newt I will do that. I think the tree is stil
alive, or atleast it was when I left the office on friday... if it'
still alive when I get to work tomorrow I will take it home and try an
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