|planted 4 blur point junipers near the a/c drain they turned brown, pulled them ouy, the roots were soaking wet transplanted to adrier location,still brown essp. on tops ant hope of coming back?
|Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010
|Sorry to hear about the browning junipers. Once they turn brown, the foliage can't change back to green; So it is best to prune back the damaged foliage in hope that the plant will sprout new green growth in its new location. Hope this helps and good luck in your garden!
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