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Q.Transplant Shock – Sandcherry

Anonymous added on July 31, 2011 | Answered

I know it’s not the thing to do, but for many reasons I transplanted my sandcherry in July. Its leaves have turned brown, so it’s probably in transplant shock. I’ve been keeping it watered, but would it help to cut it way back?

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