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What if any additional things can I do to insure the perfect “American Arborvitae”?

I bought some about 6″ tall. Planted, watered and thought I was taking good care of them. They turned brown and died.

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  1. glenn t said:

    …should be grown in areas with considerable atmospheric moisture as well as soil moisture; requires deep well-drained soil; thrives in marshy loam; full sun… —they probably suffered from transplant shock. when planting, soil fill-in should be tamped down very hard and tight to ensure good root contact. then soak, then add additional soil to eliminate air pockets, add a palmful of fertilizer, form a tree ring, and mulch




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