Watering Dog Wood Trees

I bought some weeping cherry trees and a dog wood trees from a different area last spring online. I lost some of them as they were very small saplings. The ones that are living now are in my veranda and get limited sunlight. I have an automatic watering system. Both the dog wood and the weeping cherry trees have a lot of leaves but they are turning brown at the ends. Am I watering too much or still too little? Please help. I can send photos if you need them.

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Hardiness Zone: 10a

Valerie from Fallbrook, California

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July 11, 20080 found this helpful

I have no experience with these particular trees, but in my gardening experience, lack of light is often a major culprit with shrubs and trees.

As far as watering, check the soil. If it is drying out, they are likely not getting enough water. Are these trees in the ground or in pots?

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