September 17: Another small project . . . - Richard Rothrauff
I see that the Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorn shrub I moved last month has survived the move, which is always good news.  I originally planted it directly in front of the house in March 2012 where it did ok, but not great.  I moved it to the mailbox area in April 2016 thinking more sun would be beneficial.  That idea, which looked good on paper, didn't work at all in practice.  It dropped most of its leaves shortly afterward, and then had to deal with an encroaching pampas grass plant.  So we'll see how this location works.

I see that the Eleanor Tabor Indian Hawthorn shrub I moved last month has survived the move, which is always good news. I originally planted it directly in front of the house in March 2012 where it did ok, but not great. I moved it to the mailbox area in April 2016 thinking more sun would be beneficial. That idea, which looked good on paper, didn't work at all in practice. It dropped most of its leaves shortly afterward, and then had to deal with an encroaching pampas grass plant. So we'll see how this location works.