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We bought a Wedding Cake Tree about November last year at Palmers, and it has struggled. Some of the branches have died, and it has been loosing it’s leaves for some time now, although I do know it is deciduous, but have seen other Wedding Cake Trees around the area which have not started to even loose their leaves. There are practically no leaves left on ours. It is not looking healthy at all. Do you have any suggestions on what we could do please?

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Hi, They can be hard to get established especially planting at that time of the year, Please check if it hasn’t been planted too deep, it you think this is the case, you can dig it up and plant higher up, however, if you think the plant quality is questionable, we will definitely honour the replacement policy, in this case I would take a couple of photos and if possible show these to the store you purchased the plant from now just to give them a heads up that you would like it replaced. (new stock doesn’t come in till approx. July, at that stage you would take the plant back and get it replaced) It is important that you take the plant back as the store will be able to get a credit from the grower, if for example the graft has failed.

Thanks the Palmers Team

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