Rowan Tree set back

Ann Baskett asked 12 years ago

A neighbour sprayed his grass verges on our boundary fence line with result we lost 2 perennials and our Joseph Rock Rowan tree was just bursting into leaf all healthy buds prior to the spraying. Result is that our tree has basically stopped growing the leaves and some buds have died, a few leaves have remained ‘in limbo’ so to speak. Is there any hope for the tree or will we have to replace it?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Much depends on what the spray was. It may recover after a time. Leave it be until the end of May next year, no feeding, and see what happens.