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Old Yesterday, 11:07 PM
 
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I've got this unhealthy tree. It's probably 6-7 years old as the house is in a subdivision built around then. It was not that great when I first moved in almost 3 years ago and i think it gradually has gotten worse. Does anyone know what could have caused this?

Is this tree salvageable at all? If so, how?

If not, I'd like to replace it. What kind of tree is low maintenance, won't grow more than 20 feet high and 10 ft wide, and will work in the northern Georgia area where it gets hot and humid?
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Old Today, 02:13 PM
 
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Hmm, more dead/dying yard residents. I'm sure a local arborist could evaluate that tree in person and probably suggest a suitable replacement. Get a referral from the extension agent you talk to about your dying shrubs. Looks like winter in the photo so the tree is dormant. Makes it hard to determine much just from one photo.
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