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D.B. (Missouri)
All 13 holly bushes (Castle Spire and Castle Wall) are STRUGGLING to grow.

Planted our 10 females and 3 males on April 23rd and now (12 weeks later) they all look the same size as when planted. Missouri has had a lot of rain, and I read that it is easy to over water, so have kept close watch on soil moisture below mulch. Evergreen fertilizer spikes between each bush for nutrients. Definite lack of new leaf growth! All are caged to protect from nibbling squirrels. Would not recommend these for a privacy hedge as their current "under 8 inches" will take forever to grow into a hedge. Pictures show the mulched trench planting and delivery size on April 23rd. The pic with my hand show current size. All are green, but hoping the energy is going into root growth because it sure isn't in the leaves.

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D.B. (Missouri)
All 13 holly bushes (Castle Spire and Castle Wall) are STRUGGLING to grow.

Planted our 10 females and 3 males on April 23rd and now (12 weeks later) they all look the same size as when planted. Missouri has had a lot of rain, and I read that it is easy to over water, so have kept close watch on soil moisture below mulch. Evergreen fertilizer spikes between each bush for nutrients. Definite lack of new leaf growth! All are caged to protect from nibbling squirrels. Would not recommend these for a privacy hedge as their current "under 8 inches" will take forever to grow into a hedge. Pictures show the mulched trench planting and delivery size on April 23rd. The pic with my hand show current size. All are green, but hoping the energy is going into root growth because it sure isn't in the leaves.