insufficient leaf cover on trees

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Gerry Moore asked 13 years ago

This winter I planted two Liquidamber trees about 20′ apart. It seems that one is fine the other however has only about 20% leaf cover. The only difference in location I can see is that the successful tree is more sheltered. Should I dig up the failing tree or is there a chance it will recover with time.

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
One tree has established successfully and the other is still trying to get going. Make sure to water it heavily every so often especially after a few days of drought.

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