Re: Live Oak Picture
I know this is June 1st, but the way this thing is just putting out new growth, it's hard to tell if there is any dieback. Normally this process would be happening in late April. It just goes to show you how mild things have been in past years.
I'm guessing that there may not be too much dieback based on where I'm seeing the new growth emerging. I can't see what's going on up in the very top yet. My main concern at this point is what would happen if we get another winter next year like the one we just experienced.