Hi, I planted a cedar hedge of about 30 trees last fall. They are not looking so hot this spring and keep looking worse. I mounded fish compost around them and put down 23-3-23 slow release. (All I had). All I can think of is that there was about 3.5 feet of snow around them, i brushed them off but they were buried in it. They were in it for about 2 weeks and the dying parts look like where the snow was. Is it possible the snow did that damage? It was also exceptionally cold, -14 or so for a couple weeks.. I've foliar fed them with a micro nutrient spray that doesn't look like it did anything. Any advice would be appreciated! Oh, and the branches that are sagged down just started doing that about a month ago, well after the snowfall.. More keep drooping as time goes on.