white pine

dennislkochJune 1, 2013

I have a white pine that got hurt by the drought and lost 95% of its needles. This spring the branches are live but I see no sign of it growing new needles. It has some needles on the lower two thirds of the tree but none at the top.

Does anyone think it will ever bounce back?


This post was edited by dennislkoch on Sun, Jun 2, 13 at 4:29

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That does not look good to me. Even if it survives it will never get a nice shape again

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