The Q&A Archives: dogwood

Question: I am trying to fiqure out why my dogwood tree does not look healthy? It is newly planted. The leaves are drooping and yet have maintain the greeness. I am trying to fiqure what is wrong with it?

Answer: If you have recently transplanted your dogwood, it is probably just showing some signs of stress. It may look wilty for a few weeks; it may even drop some leaves, but as soon as the roots become established, the tree will perk up. Water it deeply once each week and just be patient with it. It will soon look healthy and normal.

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