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Trees and shrubs like witch hazel prone to leaf scorch if not watered enough

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The dry weather is continuing into fall so watering continues to be important for witch hazel. Leaf scorch typically occurs after long periods of dry, windy weather when the roots of a plant are unable to supply water to the foliage at a rate that keeps up with the water lost from the leaves by transpiration. (Julie McCaffrey/Chicago Botanic Garden)

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