One of my huge, decades-old maple trees still has last years seed pods hanging from bare branches, while the other maples near it are in full leaf and flower. Then I noticed while driving around the local area that many maples of varying ages are in the same state. Have they all been killed off by the lengthy frosts last autumn?

I am not aware of any problems that have been killing off mature maples. The frost shouldn't really cause a problem with these trees as they are generally hardy. In extreme cases, trees can die quite quickly with no real evidence of problems. These problems would generally relate to root problems that may have been causing less obvious problems for sometime. Contact our professionals at Bartlett Tree Experts to schdule a complimentary visit.

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