My snowball tree is being eaten badly by something. The leaves look like spider webs. I think it could be caterpillars, but I don't see any. It's looking dreadful and I am wondering if it's worth saving.
It is most likely caterpillars, even though you may not see them. Most any tree that is not in danger of failing is worth saving, and we can certainly do our very best. To start, we could take either a soil sample or plant sample and send it to our research lab to verify the problem. You can always make an appointment online for one of our arborists to come and have a look.
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