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Post  tbyu on 6/20/2011, 4:27 pm

Hi all,
Does anyone know what is this plant?
The plant's leaves are turning yellow from inside out.
How can I save this tree?

Thank you so much.


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Post  Barkie on 6/20/2011, 5:31 pm

sorry my keyboard is p{laying up> it looks like a chamaecyparis pisifera called boulevard and looks fine from that photo its an evergreen conifer and you@ll have to get a better reply from someone with a decent kyboard sorry


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Post  Barkie on 6/21/2011, 5:02 am

Right David, have sorted my keyboard out. As I didn't get chance to say so yesterday Welcome to the forum.

Your excellent photography made it easier to take a guess that it is a Chamaecyparis "Boulevard" conifer from the shape and the blue and silver-gray foliage. New growth is pale greeny/yellowy to start with. The inner brown parts are due to where it hasn't had sunlight so when you come to clip the new growth back just give it a light trim and avoid cutting back to brown ok?


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