Some of you may have seen my pictures of my yucca which was a casualty of the bad December weather. Although we had hoped to rescue it, it just lost all its fronds.
We paid a tree surgeon to saw the tree down but left the stump as I thought it could be made into a bird table.
However, a very smelly fungus is now developing round the base of the trunk :0 It really is unpleasant and I am sure it would put anyone off sitting within ten feet of it!
It is likely we will need to get someone to take the trunk down to the ground. Can anyone suggest whether we could treat the trunk with something to stop the smell?
- 2 Apr, 2011
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