Thursday, May 23, 2013

The rare and much valued Rudrakhsh tree in the park is slowly dying, Acharyaji, the head gardener tells me.
The leaves are drying out, and the roots refuse to respond to cajoling.
I think the roots are not getting the space to grow, to push ahead.


Anonymous said...

How sad - is there no possibility to create the space for the roots?
I heared from a gardener here, who was/is responsible for the public trees on the roadsides that the ends of the roots can become too hot through summer time. They changed something in the way how they feed water to the trees when its too hot. But actually we face no such danger ...

Anonymous said...

can you save it by slimming it down a bit?