Salix Flamingo Tree - Can I Save It??
Hi Guys We moved into a house recently and inherited a Salix Flamingo tree which has clearly been neglected but I'd love to revive it, just wondering whether there is any chance? It's in a fairly large stone pot on the patio (with drainage holes drilled into the bottom) and the trunk looks healthy, but the leaves were crisp and brown - not a hint of colour on the entire thing (looked like it had had very little water for weeks and weeks I'd say) I've pulled off all the dead leaves and trimmed back the stems about an inch or so, and given it plenty of water. Do you think it'll recover or is it a lost cause? It looks like it's just compost in the pot, should I mix in some topsoil? Thank you