Column: Avoid bad planting practices to grow healthy trees, shrubs

04/9/2012 | Republic (Columbus, Ind.), The

Some common planting practices for trees and shrubs can hinder healthy growth, master gardener Joe Lamp'l writes. These include a deep planting hole, organic matter mixed into the soil and overpruning. Plants can flourish when grown in a shallow hole with mulched soil and is watered frequently, Lamp'l advises.

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