August 9, 2022 at 3:19 pm ReplyginasevernPrivate messageGreenhorn
Not sure if this is the right forum for this question but here goes. We have a wood at the back of our garden and amongst other varieties there are a lot of Rowan trees. When we first moved in I used to love seeing their bright orange/red berries at this time of year – it was such a joy. However, over the last maybe 10 years they seem to have vanished. The trees are still there, I recognise the leaves. I know that new trees have grown up in the meantime and obscured some Rowans but even so, I am sure I would see firey the berries, there was a proliferation of them! Any ideas what’s happened please?August 23, 2022 at 12:19 pm ReplylushgardenPrivate messageGreenhorn
That’s so sad that the berries have disappeared! It’s a bit strange, it’s true. I couldn’t imagine what the cause could be.
Did you check that the berries are really gone? Maybe they’re still green. Wikipedia says they only turn orange from august to october so we would only be at the beginning? Perhaps the extra shade delayed something?
- You must log in to post and answer topics. Sign up / Sign in