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3/17/2015 2:51 am  #1


Poncirus trifoliata.......damage?

Did anyone's Poncirus trifoliata receive cold damage from this years winter from hell?  Some of my PTs branches appear damaged.  However, notice the naturalized seedling along the fence which look great!

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c309/timmaz6/2015%20Plants/7D123125-3BFF-4D45-B506-676E17DB95AF_zpsays8xz3l.jpg


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http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c309/timmaz6/2015%20Plants/2D1306B3-612F-4ADC-91BD-CDF5965B4E70_zpsenucyivg.jpg

 

3/17/2015 6:00 am  #2


Re: Poncirus trifoliata.......damage?

Hi Tim,

I have a P. trifoliata that I planted last spring.  It's about 5 feet tall.  Some branches are definitely brown, and the green areas look a bit off-color, but still look alive so far.  The low was -10, with 11 nights at or below 0, and our usual 2-3 weeks below freezing.  I felt sorry for it.  It's been wintering in my basement for several years.  I'm keeping an eye on it.  We'll see. 

 

3/17/2015 5:34 pm  #3


Re: Poncirus trifoliata.......damage?

Hi Tim
How are all of your yuccas doing?

 

3/17/2015 11:51 pm  #4


Re: Poncirus trifoliata.......damage?

Hi Cindy

Yuccas look fine but beat up from the snow loads. Yuccas are so tuff!

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