Answer: The symptoms of too much water are the same as too little - wilting foliage. Couple that with a little transplant shock and your dogwood is likely to look puny for several more weeks. If the soil remains saturated for long periods of time it can suffocate the roots. There's not much you can do about rainfall, and once the tree adjusts to growing in your landscape, it should be able to handle your seasonal rains. There's not much you can do to help your tree adjust - it just takes time. I hope it perks up soon!
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