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Topic: Help for my boxwood!
Post By Ontario Gardening ID: 12992
Mon, Apr 10 at 12:23:07 EDT
Help for my boxwood!

My boxwood is looking sad.  We just moved into our house last year and they were in the backyard.  Now, at the start of spring, they have leaves with yellow circles in them - almost looked burned & the branches are not as full as pictures I have seen. 


How do I get them back to a nice green and full shape?  I would like to move them to the side of the shed as a little hedge.


thanks!


 

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Posted By Ontario Gardening ID:6
Mon, Apr 10 at 12:32:33 EDT
Re: Help for my boxwood!

Can you include a picture? You can now attach a picture with your message posting.


It allows for a better understanding and suggestions.



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Posted By Ontario Gardening ID:12992
Mon, Apr 10 at 02:47:26 EDT
Re: Help for my boxwood!

Good idea.  How do I attach the picture?  I don't see that option in the reply area.


thanks!



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Posted By Ontario Gardening ID:6
Mon, Apr 10 at 03:29:17 EDT
Re: Help for my boxwood!

You can simply click on the image toolbar in the menu and upload your image.


You just simply need to follow the instructions to upload the image and add it to your message.


 



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Posted By Ontario Gardening ID:12992
Mon, Apr 10 at 03:41:54 EDT
Re: Help for my boxwood!

While I'm figuring out the picture....


Someone else just told me that the plants are dying because I moved them and damaged the roots.  Is this possible?  And is there any way I can save the ones I have...or do I really have to buy new ones?


Thanks!



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Posted By Ontario Gardening ID:6
Tue, Apr 11 at 09:23:10 EDT
Re: Help for my boxwood!
My understanding is that if the leaves are turning brown then it might be root damage or winter damage. But if it is spots it might be something else.

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