Frost Damage to Pittosporum

Conor Cronin asked 11 years ago

I have Sections of Pittosporum established for 5-6 years now,Which is used for as Foliage Fillers.During the cold spell allot of it has been severly damaged, One factor that has not helped is the fact cutting were taken late last year from the trees.a. can I leave courgette plants which are doing very well, peppers,chilly peppers, aubergines and strawberry plants in situ or are they susceptible to blight ?162Some of the damaged plants are just starting to show signs of life lower down the tree.What would advise to try and help them along at this stage?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Nothing to do but wait until new growth is made and then feed.