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A pine tree does not need constant watering unless it is freshly planted, in which case it needs water two to three times a week for a year. Fully grown pine trees capture most of the moisture they need in their soil.

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Landscape under pine trees with plants such as creeping mahonia, vinca vine and lamium. Due to the constant needle drop from pine and other evergreens, the soil underneath these trees is often more acidic and not all pla...

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The western pine beetle is an aggressive dark beetle that attacks and can kill ponderosa and coulter pines that are greater than 6 inches in diameter. The bugs eat the inner bark, while also transporting a fungus into th...

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The Japanese fern tree requires a partially shaded location, basic watering and fertilizer for optimum growth. Well-drained soil and a warm climate facilitate a healthy tree.

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According to Bonsai Primer, common causes of falling bonsai leaves include natural leaf shedding, inadequate light and excessive watering. Inadequate lighting is a particular problem with indoor bonsai. Leaves have a lif...

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