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Hello, I have a tree in my back garden and unfortunately its condition is not great.

I don't know what type of tree it is, it has white flowers on some branches. 

Please see pics of this tree, I will attach some pictures. 

Does anyone know what I can do to save this tree? I am hoping that I won't need to cut it down, I would love to save it, please let me know what you think might be causing this, and what I need to do so this tree can survive.

 

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30 minutes ago, Hll said:

Hello, I have a tree in my back garden and unfortunately its condition is not great.

I don't know what type of tree it is, it has white flowers on some branches. 

Please see pics of this tree, I will attach some pictures. 

Does anyone know what I can do to save this tree? I am hoping that I won't need to cut it down, I would love to save it, please let me know what you think might be causing this, and what I need to do so this tree can survive.

 

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I think its done its time to be fair .  It could soldier on for a bit longer but in my " non expert " opinion I don't really think there is much you can do . Could be proved wrong ....

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It's a cherry on its last legs.  You could leave it and wait for it to fall to bits or take off the top ~2/3 and leave the stem for habitat; it's in very poor condition so would be good for that.  It may even sprout some new growth as a reaction but don't get too excited if it does.

 

Sorry!

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29 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Those above. K

Plant some dafodil bulbs in the cavitys .

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Thank you for replies.

Is there anything I should be doing to prevent other trees getting this disease?

There is already another tree next to it, and I will be planning other trees around them.

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1 hour ago, Hll said:

Is there anything I should be doing to prevent other trees getting this disease?

 

No. Fungal spores are everywhere, jes blowin' in the wind 😊

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