tree is dying
I planted 4 blue point juniper trees in february and one looks like it is dying i have been watering them everyday and i don't know what is wrong please help
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Junipers like well-drained soil. If you are watering every day, the roots may be dying from overwatering. While the plants may need watering frequently right after planting, within a few weeks of planting you should be able to water only once per week (or perhaps twice if the soil is quite sandy.)Its much better to water deeply and less frequently than to apply a little bit of water every day.

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