A week ago, we transplanted some really nice currant bushes to our front yard. They were doing very well until the horrendous winds did their damage to them. The largest bush which is over 6 feet tall, was yanked out of the ground. All of them were dried out. Leighlyn and I dug a new hole for the bush that was pulled out, filled it with water, placed the bush back into place and backfilled the dirt on and around it. After that, we soaked down all of the trees with water. I kinda think that the leaves are looking better today. The yellow blossoms are continuing to open and are releasing their very sweet fragrance today. Is there anything else that we can do to insure their growth? if you know, please email us at email@example.com or call me at 375.4584 or 376.8922.
I would greatly appreciate any advice that you might have to offer.