Bend some of the twigs and see if they break. If they do then you need to cut it down to the ground. You have new growth at the bease so it will regrow …… in years.
Yeah the twigs are pretty brittle. I wonder what caused it to die off like this. It will grow back in years, huh? Well looks like I’ll be digging it up and replanting, lol. Thanks for the help.Bend some of the twigs and see if they break. If they do then you need to cut it down to the ground. You have new growth at the bease so it will regrow …… in years.
I have found this link very useful for timing fertilizer, Pre-Em, and other applications based on soil temps.I’m not sure the exact temp. Warm enough that weeds are sprouting and grass is growing like crazy. Air temp has consistently been in the 60s and 70s. Even into low 80s a few times. I’ll probably wait and see if it does anything through the summer and if not replant in fall.
Thats a euonymus bush. I've got three that I am dealing with same fungus issues, dropped all leaves last fall, just like yours. The MO Botanical garden said it was the hard freeze we had in November. I think it was partly me dumping fish tank water, leading to powdery mildew in the mulch. Why i am cleaning the area and to let it dry out. I cut way back and am getting the new growth off old wood too. The entire canopy of the bush was dead. Clear the area at the base of debris, especially inside will help. I used a blower. I initially feared having to rip them out, but no more.So here is a picture of my tree. It’s not a fruit tree. Tbh I don’t even know what kind of tree it even is, probably considered more of a bush actually.
It looks like there are some little buds on there but they haven’t done much other than what you see in the picture.
The yellow growth on the bottom I’m pretty sure is attached to the same root system and is the same color that the leaves were.