|My Juniper chinensis gold lace is growing out sideways with nothing in the center. Is their anything i should do to help it fill in in the center?
|Answer from NGA
May 20, 2006
|It seems like an unusual growth pattern for your Gold Lace Juniper. There are several probable causes - freeze damage, dog urine, or fungal disease at the center of the plant. I'd prune away the dead stems and branches in hopes of prompting the plant to grow healthy new branches in the center. Hope this helps!
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