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Eastern White Pines (Pinus strobus) typically shed their two-year-old needles every year in the fall, Pierre.

After transplanting, an Eastern White Pine may take up to three years to regain optimum health and growth rate.  In the field, pines and other evergreens are sheared to increase branch density and enhance their potential saleability.  Once dug and replanted, the new growth will often be stunted due to root mass loss. Then, the older needles fall off at the end of the year leaving just the green branch tips which didn't push out all that well during the growing season to begin with.

I see no other problems at the moment.  Just give them time.   ;D

 
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