The Western Hemlock is about as native to the West Coast as they come. It’s established in many PNW forests and is Washington’s state tree. Nonetheless, if your Western Hemlocks have been struggling to survive recently, they aren’t alone. A “new” foliar disease has been prowling Washington and Oregon, adding another threat to the list of many. We’ve compiled the most common criminals here to help you diagnose your Western Hemlock’s problem.
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