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I have a cunninghamia lanceolata planted next to my deck.
By all appearances it has been thriving and is now ~20ft tall.
I noticed today it has several points where sap is running down the trunk.
It's too high for me to get a close look at the source on the trunk.
Is this just from some sort of sapsucking bird or is it a more ominous sign?
There's no other sign of ill health, at least nothing I've noticed.
Thanks for any info.
OK, I ventured out in the dead of winter for a few more shots.
Actually, it's a beautiful winter day here today. Nice day to be out and about.
But, sorry, the fireman's ladder stays in the garage.
I don't want to get anywhere near to those lethal cunninghamia needles!
A couple shots of the whole tree from opposite sides. And one of a typical branch w/ cones.