I have planted 9 abrovitae trees in my backyard and have had to replace at least four of them so far because they have died.
I recently replaced two of them and one of them has already browned out and died.
Is there anything I can do as far as special fertilizer, or something that will help the trees stay alive and grow.
I have mulched around them, used weed block, dug the holes "3 times" the size of the root ball" and planted them with fertilizer, top soil and peat moss. And I watered them twice a week for three weeks and now one is dead and two others are slowly turning.
I want to keep them alive so I don't have to continue buying new trees... Please Help!
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