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by rowan on July 08, 2004 11:10 PM
I PLANTED A JAPANESE WILLOW SHRUB 2 MONTHS AGO, IN THE PEAK OF HEALTH. FOLLOWED ALL PLANTING RECOMMENDATIONS. SINCE THEN, IT HAS GONE DOWNHILL, LEAVES TURNING BROWN AND FALLING OFF, BALD SPOTS ON THE BRANCHES. ANY SUGGESTIONS BEFORE I GIVE UP AND TAKE IT BACK TO THE NURSERY? I WONDERED IF NEARBY PLANTS WOULD AFFECT IT - IT'S BETWEEN A LARGE HOLLY BUSH AND A HOSTA - BOTH WELL ESTABLISHED AND HEALTHY.
by afgreyparrot on July 08, 2004 11:24 PM
Hi! I don't know anything about Japanese Willow Shrub! Just wanted to stop by here on my way in to the forum and welcome you! There's a forum topic here especially for plant problems such as yours, so you might want to post that same question there so more will see it.

Nice to meet you!

Cindy

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by weezie13 on July 09, 2004 12:29 AM
Rowan,
I just wanted to let you know that I was going to move your post into the Plants and Flowers
more of our gardener's will pass thru this area alot more.

Weezie

P.S. Welcome to The Garden Helper's Forum!!!
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