I tore out, (gently removed) some shrubs Monday at a clients home. She really wanted the shrubs to be recycled if at all possible, and wanted to know if I could replant these shrubs at another clients property. She's a tree hugger like myself. So I brought them home and planted them in the rear of my home along my deck. They are very nice Indian Hawthones larger than 7 gallon about 15 of them. Six Nandina, and 9 Carissa holly. I planted them in a raised bed of topsoil blended with composted bark fines, and mulched the bed with about 3 inches of double ground hardwood mulch. I added some slow release fertilizer for trees and shrubs. Is there anything else that you would do to ensure that these shrubs thrive? Thanks for your help. Bill!