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boxwood planting.

Posted by scottym512 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 11, 13 at 22:47

My wife and I just planted about fifteen boxwoods three days ago. Tonight while watering I noticed that several have sunk down as the soil settled. There is enough of a depression to hold water. I've read that boxwood's don't like wet feet, but this is June. Should I lift them and replant them. or will they be ok?

Thanks,
Scotty


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RE: boxwood planting.

By all means, lift them up --- if the soil around young plants gets too saturated you'll cut off their air supply.


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RE: boxwood planting.

You might also carefully review the planting guide, linked below, to see if there are other potential problems.

Here is a link that might be useful: Planting a Tree or Shrub


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