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What is my seaberry telling me?

 
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Hello All Permies, young and old,
My newly planted (a month or so) seaberry has had a rough stressful shipping, but I thought it recovered because I saw healthy gren new growth. This week I noticed the newest leaves are yellowish. What can I do to help it? This is Star of Altai variety. Much thanks!

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I'm no expert, but it looks normal to me. The old growth especially looks healthy. I've seen new growth on similar plants look like that for a while. I think if you continue to take care of it normally it'll be just fine
 
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