Growing a Japanese Stewartia

I planted a 6 foot Japanese Stewartia in Spring 09. I live in the Midwest, our soil is clay. Tree has a lot of buds, but there not opening? It is starting to loose some of its leaves. I did use high organic matter when I planted it. I am afraid to over water the tree. How wet am I suppose to keep the soil?

Hardiness Zone: 5b

By llork1941 from Palos Park, IL

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July 19, 20090 found this helpful

Growing japanese stewartia. Growing Conditions: Best planted in partial shade, but will tolerate full sun, in moist, well-drained soil. For more info search for your question, good luck.

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