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Blue star juniper care

It is turning brown
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2017  |  17 Views
Topics: Conifers

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Your Blue Star Juniper is turning brown at the time of year when it should be growing well. Conifers need well drained soil and this year we have had a lot of rain in the Mid-Atlantic area. The soil is wet and not draining as it should. There is nothing you can do to save the plant. When planting conifers in the future choose a sunny spot that is well drained. You can improve drainage by adding small gravel to the soil mix and raising the plant an inch or so over the surrounding soil.

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