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Jacaranda tree

I live in South Texas near the border with Mexico. I bought a jacaranda tree. The tree is about four feet tall. I transplanted into a bigger pot because I’m waiting till September to plant it in the ground. In the last week I noticed some of the leaves are turning brown. It gets about 6 hours of sunshine and I water it every other day. I don’t want to loose it. I hope you can have any suggestions that would help me keep it from dying.

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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 07/22/2018 @ 10:22 am

A container tree planting likely needs daily water, even twice a day if temperatures are above 85 degrees F.
In a container you may also need to keep a young tree in a more shady location.
Make sure the soil is well draining, not too wet or too dry.


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