Norfolk, United Kingdom
This was very stupidly put in the most rediculous section of garden (by me) and got very battered,windblown,sun damaged.
I moved it as soon as somewhere more suitable was created, when I did move it I noticed the roots where yellowy brown, and didnt appear to have much growth.
Now its in a better spot the leaves are looking green where they join the little brances they are joined to. It was a most beautiful deep red but now looks a murky redy brown with seeweed green in the areas mentioned.
Ive been giving it water from cooking vegetables on the hope this may give it something extra and yesterday I gave it some tomarite.Should I prune it right down and let it save its energy on mending its self? or just let it do what it does and hope for the best?
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- 15 Jul, 2009