@Pushkraj nej's plan is a good one - leave the scorched leaves to protect the rest. The burn was causing branch atrophy so I had to prune back below the dying sections. Sometimes I've left the deady bits but then the new growth has come in and gotten all tangled with the dead. Very much depends on the plant. I think it will be fine - unfortunately not the first time this has happened.
That is great Kathy. Are they in the ground or pots ? Do you have bird nets over them ? Also, how long did it take for them to mature ? Sorry about all the questions. I would love to grow them but I thought they would be difficult 🍒🍒
@deekay They are all in pots with rose potting mix and fed with azalea feed. U have to water them more than in the ground but there doesn't seem to be any issue. They took about 5 years to start producing really tasty fruit. They r netted but only because the noisy minors vandalise them (break branches not eating fruit).