ilexrickJuly 6, 2013

One of my many Winterberries, a young Winter Red, did not leaf out until mid june, and did so with many, many tiny leaves, almost like fronds. They look healthy. I have posted a photo. Any idea?

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docmom_gw Zone 5 MI(5)

I'm absolutely no expert, but could it have gotten chewed on by hungry deer in it's early sprouting period? Or did new sprouts get nipped by a late freeze? Either of those might explain such robust growth directly from the main stem. I'll be interested to hear what others say.


    Bookmark   July 13, 2013 at 6:33PM
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