My poor ceanothus has seen better days. This spring the leaves have been yellow or have dried & dropped completely. There are a few tiny buds but it should be in flower by now. I’ve given it a feed but still no change. Do you think I should cut my losses & chop it down?
Thank you chica. I can’t believe it’s still going. This is the first year I’ve ever known it to just carry on 🤔. I’m not complaining though unless it’s putting on its last show before it turns up its toes 🙄🤣😘 @jad
Love these and I've just discovered they I can get a dwarf one that would look lovely in my garden Lexi so it's my turn to put one of your plants in my wish list. My mum has a beautiful one, but it would be too big so a dwarf one is ideal 💙💙💙
Wowsers! She's a fine specimen! She must've been saving all her strength for this fabulous display! 💙 and the bees love it don't they? Mine is next to my Weigela, which the bees also love, and it's exactly like you said - sometimes think the Hell's Angels have turned up!
Good morning folks. Happy Monday. Hope you enjoy your extra day off if you've got one. I'm off to work at midday so no such luck for me 🙄😫😂 .... this #bee was loving the ceonothus & who wouldn't 🐝💙💜🐝 #busybee #bees #beehappy
Does this ceonothus look ok to you? I'm sure it's unwell 🤒. All others in my local area are blooming their socks off but mine isn't 😒. I'll be gutted if it's a goner 😭 thank you #advice #advice-ceonothus #adviceperennials
They can just suddenly give up the ghost I'm afraid 😳 how old is it ? I find the larger leaved varieties can be a bit more tender ❄️ maybe give it a feed and when it's not frosty any more cut the dead bits off best to leave them for now to protect the wood underneath. I can't say if it's environmental or disease at this stage but cutting it back now would allow cold in which can cause worse damage. I've seen them cut back hard and recover well so I hope all is not lost 🤞