Paulownia trees

by Guest9285  |  12 years, 7 month(s) ago

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We live in central Michigan, zone 5.  We planted several paulownia trees a few years ago.  They do great, growing as much as 10-12 feet through the summer.  Then in the spring, they won't start from the original trunk.  They resprout new from the root, while the existing trunk turns dry and dead.  

How can I get the original tree to survive the winter?




  1. Guest6593
    Being from michigan myself, it's probably from the extreme cold. The tree probably has an easier time just regrowing itself rather than try to regrow from a frozen chunk of dead wood. Or you could have some kind of insect of plant virus that is killing it

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