Rose of Sharon

We transplanted several Rose of Sharon from a friend's yard into a garden at the local elem. school. They quickly dropped all of their leaves. Are they goners?
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Unlikely, since you can grow them easily from a bare stick stuck in the ground.
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On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 16:40:26 -0400, "Carolyn LeCrone"

Scratch the bark with your fingernail. If it's green under the scratch, it's alive. Try bending a branch. If it breaks with a "snap," it's dead. ROS are very easy to grow. They drop their leaves in the fall.
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