Die-back shrubs regrow from the ground up

  • by: Deb Brown
  • Updated: June 15, 2004 - 11:00 PM

Most of us assume that when we plant shrubs, they will survive our winters and grow larger and more robust every year. In fact, one of the most common errors first-time gardeners make is not allowing enough room for those young woody plants to expand. (That's why you often see a modest one-story rambler dwarfed by a pair of gigantic arborvitae.)

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