Acacia dealbata help

snakemanjimApril 22, 2009

I've got about a 12 foot a. dealbata that for the most part got freeze-dried this winter. Yesterday I did the scratch test on the bottom 2 inches of the trunk & there is clear & unmistakable green live tissue down there. The rest of the tree is dead & even starting to split in places.

My question is, can I just leave it as is & let it do it's own thing or will I need to cut it down to the live part in order to get it to regrow?

Thanks in advance!

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Embothrium(USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA)

Keep the green. Since it is starting to break, remove the rest.

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