White Dogwood Tree
I planted a new dogwood tree, which gets direct sunlight in the afternoon. It has been planted for about 2 weeks. It has rained here for about 2 or 3 days for the past two weeks. My question is that the leaves are starting to look like they are burning. Almost a bright orange color. Is that normal or a problem? Should I move the tree to a different location? What should I do about it? I really wanted the tree in my front yard so everyone could see it, but I will move it to save it from dying.
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Your dogwood probably suffered some from transplant shock - be sure to keep it well watered to aid its recovery. Moving the tree at this time would not be advisable.
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first make sure there are no air pockets around the roots,it sounds like you are getting root rot from underground air allowing bacteria to affect your young tree