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Ceanothus Damaged By Frost.

January 15th, 2017 · No Comments

Ceanothus @Concha@ arches over a garden seat in a courtyard.

The GardenAdvice Team have noticed and indeed have had loads of questions this year about ceanothus being damaged by the frost and the bad weather. Our advice is to wait for a time to see if they re-shoots from the lower branches and then cut back to these green shoots.The shoot might take up until the end of May to start to come through.To check the plant is not died lightly scratch the lower stems and see if you can see some green colour just under the branches surface,this will indicate that the plant is still alive and more than likely recover.

Tags: Tim Whitcombe

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