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RE: Tree peony - Bud count and drooping


Not a peony person-- but, If the bud is wilting, I would trim it back. Why
make the plant stress and devote energy to something that is not going to
work anyways.

Donna


> I noticed a wilted side branch with another bud.  I see 2 little deead
> wilts
> that I'd guess were caused by that last bad chill, but this is a fully
> developed branch with a good sized bud that is wilting while the rest of
> the
> shrub is in good shape.
> 
> Is this, too, just cold damage or could it be disease?  Should it be
> removed?
> 
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5

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