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Goood evening,

Wounder if you can help with our Port wine magnolia plants. Bushes are 8 to 9 years old and over 6′ tall. 2 years ago our farmer neighbor had lime put on. Because of wind I think most ended up at our place. It was thick. Bushes have twisted leaves and flowers, if you can call them flowers! Have feed them and sprayed bushes with
vinegar. Bushes still look terrible. Can you think of a solution, wait? or pull them out and start again.

Thanks Mark

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Hi Mark, oh dear! Prune them really hard, put acid fertiliser around the drip line and a good layer of compost (not touching the trunk) they are tough plants so should come away. Thanks, the Palmers team

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