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I have a 10 foot Cotoneaster Lacteus that looks like it is dying. The leaves are turning brown and the berry clusters have dried up. It's a beautiful tree and I'd like to save it. Any advice?

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some cotoneaster are semi-evergreen and lose their leaves in very cold weather and as it warms up should start to grow new leaves, I think that you may have had a cold winter , keep a close eye for new growth, a feed may help it along, make sure that it is kept watered but not waterlogged and wait and see--- hope it comes back for you

21 Mar, 2010

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