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Drying strawberry tree

 
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Here is a little strawberry tree(arbutus inedo) i bought from a nursery.
Its leaves are drying for a period of months..Bottom leaves have dried.
When i planted ,i put worm castings to the hole,somehow mixing it and the surrounding soil is hard and compacted.Not sure if it did damage it.
Is anything i can do about it?
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