Sambucus Mexicana Trauma
Several of the native plants I planted last fall died this summer, due to insufficient watering (my over-reaction to having killed off dozens in previous years by over-watering). So I pulled them up and they were, indeed, quite dead. But today I pulled out the Sambucus Mexican (because that, too, looked very dead) and found, to my sorrow, that its roots were still plump and healthy. I put back into the earth almost instantly, tamped down the earth around its roots, and watered it quite deeply. Can anyone here guesstimate its chances of survival?