PROJECTS MADE EASY
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YOU WILL NEED:
Shrub of your choice
Trowel and shovel
Soil and compost
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1. Clean the area where you will plant your shrub. Cut back any ground cover and push back any mulch that may be present
3. Remove about one third of the soil from the hole and refill with a potting soil and compost or pete moss mixture. There should be enough of this mixture in the hole to allow the new plant to sit at the desired depth.
2. Dig your hole roughly twice as large and twice as deep as the root ball.
4. I like to add Scott's Tree and Shrub Soil to the bottom of the hole when planting my shrubs because of the slow release formula.
5. Pack the bottom of the hole firmly to prevent settling later on. Place the shrub in the hole and fill with remaining dirt mixture.
6. Pack firmly leaving the top two inches loose for simple water absorption. A slight depression around the plant will also help conserve water.
7. I like to add Osmocote to give my shrubs a constant supply of nutrients that will help promote gorgeous blooms and lush foliage.
8. Turn your hose on very softly and lay it at the base of your shrub. Water thoroughly for about 10 minutes. This will help your shrubs adjust to their new environment.
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