Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
I have three cordylines in my garden and all have been doing really well. The biggest was bought in a pot in Dundee 10 years ago and after transferring to out back garden when we moved to Cambridge it has grown to roof top height. However this year, from around April, there has been a mushy feel to one of the branches and on another smaller one all the leavers withered and died.
I cut all the tops off of the smaller one and it now looks like a headless and hand less very thin stickma! Will this survive and deliver new growth eventually?
And do you have any idea what might be causing the watery, mushy part on the biggest one? Can it be remedied? Or do I just leave well alone and let it take care of itself?
Asked from the GoYpedia cordylines page
- 4 Sep, 2010