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#123223 Sep 3rd, 2007 at 05:13 PM
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Well,I planted a Black Night this spring,and it was doing SUPER.Well against my better judgement we had to move him to a new location.It took no longer than ten minutes after being replanted and he looks sicker than a dog.Wilted leaves and so on.What should I do??????

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Do you have any "superthrive?? " I swear by that stuff!! I use it for every transfer.. IF you don't do you have any epsom salt? ( scratch into the surface and water in) How long has it been since you transfered it,, It may not look real good the rest of this season But come next spring when there isn't a chance for anymore frost cut it way back and it will bounce back,, for now I would say IF it;s only been a few days to give it time to adjust .


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