I may be in the wrong forum. I also may be spelling Virburnum wrong. I planted a Marie Virburnum last year in the shade. Then the city came along and trimmed the tree branchs off the power lines late in the year. Now this year it is in the sun for several hours. During this time it droops so bad almost to the ground. The shrub is about 4' tall. I think every day is going to be its last. Then when the sun moves off then it comes back up and is fairly ok till the next day. I have to water it daily because of the extreme stress it suffers.
What I would like to know is this damaging the shrub? To much sun for several hours to much water or not enough water. I just really don't know what to do. The plant looks very healthy it just is requiring daily watering because of the heat.
I usually water it for about 15 minutes each day during the drooping period. Maybe thats not enough I just don't know.
Anyone that has any experience in this area please write me back.
Thanks so much