Pick a spot with full sun or part shade for your Coppertone Distylium. Dig a hole that is a little wider and deeper than the roots and soil of the shrub. Work in some compost into the bottom of the hole. When you place the shrub in the hole, be certain it isn’t too deep. It’s better to plant a little high than too deep. Fill in the soil that you removed, being certain to pack it around the roots. Water well and mulch. Our planting and care section has additional tips.
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