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    joshj
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    Hi.

    I have a small property. So, my drip is one zone. It has new trees and new shrubs and some perennials. What plant type do I pick? My seven-foot cherry tree almost died when I had it set to a program.

    Thanks.

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    jseymour
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    Newly-planted trees and shrubs need far more water in their first week or two than a smart watering plan will provide. Unless you’re getting a lot of rain.

    It’s called “watering-in”.

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    Stephen
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    @joshj I would recommend not using smart program on watering-in programs as it will not take into account how old (or new) your landscaping is, so it will only water as it is established.

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