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Temporary Shrub Storage

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Temporary Shrub Storage

So, I had waterproofing done on the exterior of my home, but as a result, a bunch of my landscaping shrubs have been uprooted. If possible, I'd like to save them all, and since I can't simply re-plant them in their original locations at this time, I am planting them in my backyard. Other than giving them a healthy amount of water, is there anything i can do to try and give them the best chance of re-establishing their roots? I will be leaving them where they are for the next 2-ish years, then likely moving them again.

One of them had been out of the ground for about 24 hours, and it's needles were already browning.
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