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Question of the Week: Planting Creeping Junipers - Tips for Success!

Q: Hey there! I've got some bare spots in my yard covered with creeping juniper. Any advice on the best time to plant junipers and how to do it right?

A: Here's your step-by-step guide:

1. Dig a hole twice the size of the root ball to ensure ample space for growth.

2. Gently separate the roots after removing the juniper from its container for optimal development.

3. Position the juniper with its best side facing forward in the hole, then firmly cover with soil.

4. Mulch the newly planted juniper and water thoroughly to settle the soil.

5. Be cautious not to damage existing juniper roots when digging; opt for smaller container plants like 1-gallon sizes.

Follow these tips for a thriving juniper garden!


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