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Old 04-18-2024, 04:50 PM
 
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Last fall I had several boxwoods moved from pots into the ground. All now have pale, tan colored leaves on the ends of the plant. Not sure if this is from moving them or winter wind exposure but other boxwoods that have always been in the ground with the same exposure are thriving and showing new growth all over. All plants are around 2 feet tall.

Will applying fertilizer save the leaves or should I cut off the discolored parts?
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Old Today, 05:08 PM
 
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Give them a moment to adjust, see if they put out new growth and if so, go right ahead and remove the dead stuff.
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