Kent, United Kingdom
I planted a Griselinia (variegated) some 12 years ago and it grew into a large, well shaped plant. At the end of last winter I noticed some damaged branches which I presumed were the result of the extremely bad weather we had experienced. I cut the affected parts out but it has continued to die back on one side. Other parts still seem quite healthy. I am unsure whether to continue cutting out the dead/dying pieces (and end up with a very lop-sided plant) or whether I am fighting a losing battle! Any advice would be very much appreciated.
- 15 Aug, 2011