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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by BLC1, Jul 10, 2012.
Probably a new tree in your future. Good luck
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Sounds like no chance to save it? Anything to try?
deciduous trees can drop leaves and come back from transplant shock and a short dry spell but I have not seen many evergreens to that well once they brown out.
These trees will stay green for weeks after you cut them off at the stump. Once they go brown they are often past dead. Is some of the tree alive, maybe but it likely will not have a good shape in the future.