Hello, I am new. I think it's wonderfrul to be able to do this. But, I cannot see what I am typing so there may be errors. Please excuse. When you return, I can see 18 point type and up. My question is: How can I plump up some blue tip Junipers that are scrawny. Just planted them. They are about 5 feet tall. They have been styled with spiral cutting. I will appreciate any help.
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I believe time and good care are your best tools. Make sure the planting is at the correct depth so they have a good start. Make sure you're running the basic organic program on your yard to assure healthy soil. If by 'just planted them' you mean in the last week or two, they won't do a whole lot for months because we're hitting high summer shortly and most everything will slow down, growth wise.
Make sure they get a good feeding with an organic fertilizer (Bioform Dry and Sustane are m favs) in the fall to help them get some good growth in.
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