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Japanese boxwoods dying!

Posted by pxexaxcxex z9/South TX (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 24, 04 at 21:16

I think my Japanese boxwoods are dead but I want to know if they will come back. I underwatered them I'm sure. They were young and needed more attention and I fear that by the time I noticed they were beginning to yellow and flooded them with water they just got worse. There are no insects on them. Only a few of them are dead, they gave signs of yellow leaves ever since they were transplanted in the ground. Does anyone have boxwoods that have some back. Should I cut them to the ground or just dig them up?
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Here is a link that might be useful: boxwood


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RE: Japanese boxwoods dying!

Since the link no longer works, this one can probably move along.


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