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Frost Damage On Pyracantha.

January 5th, 2017 · No Comments

Frost damage on Pyracantha – This will happen only in the hardest of winters or in a very exposed position.Normally resulting in leaf burn and leaf drop in the early spring.If the stems are still alive, you can tell this by lightly scratching a stem to see if its pith is still green underneath it should recover.However it might take until the start of June before the new shoots appear.
As always with any weather damaged plant a course of liquid feeding in the spring helps in the plants recovery.

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