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I purchased a strawberry tree last October. It was planted by the Nursery that I bought it from. At that time I bought a October Blaze and a Crape Myrtle. Both are doing fine but the Strawberry tree was damaged by fall winds. They replaced the tree and staked it, in the spring. That tree is dying, the trunk is scaling and the leaves are brown. We were told to water it heavily, which we did to no avail.
When it was delivered it looked a little droopy. How can we save this tree?
Could there be something wrong with the soil? Or did I just get a sick tree.