Sargent in ground today, counting on sorce's Rain-n-Wane now

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A little history 1st on this Sargent juniper. Purchased May 2019 in 3 gallon nursery pot.
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Did an initial reduction later that month May '19

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Then by mid August 2020 it had recovered quite well.

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so I did an 85% reduction ^


Then that brings me to today...
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more to follow...
 

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So today I thought I might pot it up. After all Full moon was yesterday and we have a rainy week on tap...


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Decided I'd like some more girth, so I began raking it out.

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The soil was like fresh and fairly loose so I removed what felt doable. While raking the roots out
the left of the 3 junipers was more like a loose tooth. When I divided it, not that many roots were
feeding it, or not by then anyway. So I title this directed at @sorce because I'm needing all the powers
that be to kick in and lay their blessings on these, particularly the one with so very few roots.
Rain-n-Wane

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I planted them in the flower bed behind these 3 JWP. My wife didn't even notice.
Also planted a 1 gallon Japanese Cedar over a couple cats in the ground.

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2-3" on tap. Hoping for the best.
 

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