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  1. Hi. It was bought from Homebase. So I imagine it was pretty sheltered in their plant area. It’s in my garden and it’s been windy the past couple of days. Pretty hard to find a sheltered area as the wind is whipping around the house everywhere. It’s not been wet during sunlight. Here’s another picture today.
  2. Hi. Can anyone else help. It seems to be getting worse by the day. It’s disappointing as it’s for a birthday present. Thanks.
  3. Ok thank you for the reply. No it wasn’t a bare root. I’ll see what it’s like in a few days. It’s only been transferred to a large pot 2 days ago
  4. Hello. I have just purchased a new young plum tree. A mirabelle de Nancy. It’s about 1.5m tall. 2 days ago I put it in a large pot with good drainage and used general purpose compost. I have watered it well. I have noticed that some of the end leaves have started to die. To be honest when I bought it I noticed some of the end leaves drooping but it did need a good water. Do I need to be concerned about anything? I have attached a couple of pictures. Thanks.


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