Planting Laurels in Rocky/Stony Ground
Hello. Total novice here. Today, I planted 2x200cm rootball laurel hedges into my garden to act as screening. Unfortunately, I hadn't anticipated quite how rocky/stony our garden is! I wasn't quite able to dig to the depth I hoped (and it really aggravated my arthritic wrist as it was) so the rootball wasn't quite as deep as I think it should have been. The top of the hessian sack was slightly over the level of the hole. I covered it well with the earth and added some compost too. I am hoping the plant is hardy enough to withstand my amateur effort. Any thoughts/advice welcome. Thank you.