Have owned this pomegranate for 12 or more years. It has been redesigned into a literati during the last 4. Removed old wire, one branch and re-potted it late Sunday on the advice of a well known expert who critiqued it live Sunday afternoon at our organization’s annual meeting. Did no other pruning. Monday it started wilting and has progressively gone downhill.
Only removed a small amount of roots during re-potting - those that were dangling at the bottom of the rootball. Tree was thriving prior to repot. It’s definitely in trouble now.
Did not water today (soil is damp). Suspect the rootball is not taking in water or oxygen as it should. At a loss to determine what happened or what to do.
Frustrating to say the least. All suggestions welcomed. Shady spot/light watering for now? Do nothing? Thanks.