I recently sold a home, and the buyer didn’t have enough money for closing costs. They asked me to sign papers that raised the purchase price $5,000. I want to know because the buyer got $1,000 of my hard-earned money. On the day of the closing, I hadn’t cleaned everything, so I told his lawyer I needed another day to finish up. They agreed, but I thought it was midnight the next day, and it was noontime. I made a mistake, so legally, they can do that. I want to recoup my money the same way they took it from me.
Summer’s heat and dry conditions cause noticeable browning on tree and shrub leaves, starting at the margins and moving toward the veins. This is leaf scorch, which occurs because large amounts of water have evaporated from the leaf surface.