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I noticed my boxwood have clumps of yellow leaves after this past winter. What is it and what should I do about it? Thank you so much.

It was a rough winter…especially if you boxwood is in a breezy location.  Poke some holes aroud the base of the plant away from the trunk and pour in some Holly-tone plant food.  Whatever doesn’t green up inm the next couple of weeks, prune off to make room for this season’s new growth.  Consider spraying the boxwood with Wilt-Stop next fall to help the plants conserve moisture over winter.

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