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Bay Tree Disease/Bug problem

Question from Hans Schumann

Hello

Almost all leaves of my large Bay Tree are strangely curled (see attached picture). When I open the curls, there is liquid and a white powder inside. Could it be eggs of an insect? Any advice how to fight this?

Hans

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  • Posted: Thu. 19th May 2011 17:35
  • Last reply: Wed. 25th May 2011 09:43

My poor Bay Tree

Question from Megan Fielding

I have a Laurus Noblis planted in my garden from a pot last summer. The harsh show this winter has not been kind and appears to have all but killed it. I have trimmed it but some of the shoots are 'wooden' whilst some others seem 'bendy' most of the leaves are brown with lass than half a dozen green left. Should i perservere and is there anything i can do to help it?

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  • Posted: Mon. 14th March 2011 18:19
  • Last reply: Mon. 2nd May 2011 19:25

thx for the answers Kathy C

Comment from adrian shane

my bay tree is very tall,in a metal container, it can barely fit inside around 2.3 meters..:(so i must say that i have no choice...but to plant it outside...can u sugest in what conditions should i do this operation?should i cover it with what kind of materials?some advice will be welcome:P

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  • Posted: Fri. 15th October 2010 16:51
  • Last reply: Tue. 19th October 2010 16:51

some advice please...for a begginer

Question from adrian shane

can i grow laurus nobilis (bay tree)in winter conditions?10F average temperatures

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  • Posted: Thu. 14th October 2010 21:50
  • Last reply: Tue. 19th October 2010 18:06

Bay tree

Comment from Rosemary Krull

The leaves on my bay tree (plant approx 4 ft) are turning light yellow from dark green. What would cause this? I bought this a month ago and is kept outside - not too much sun, not too much shade. Any answers gratefully received to this beginner gardener!

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  • Posted: Mon. 13th September 2010 10:14
  • Last reply: Mon. 13th September 2010 22:12

Bay laurel

Comment from Sue Tallents

Frost has killed this down to the ground in my Cotswold garden for the last two winters. However last summer it sent up a new shoot so it was worth waiting before replacing it.

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  • Posted: Mon. 22nd February 2010 15:02
  • Last reply: Tue. 8th June 2010 16:22