I reside in the province of BC, Canada. During the summer I would hold the hose nozzle while watering my Emerald Cedar. But one day I was lazy and left it at the bottom of the tree on the ground and the water kept running for a long time. Lots of water was overflowing from the roots. From the picture I attached, you can see that the water was flowing out. I would like to know if this is also a correct way to water my Emerald Cedar. Is it possible for me to water this way every time? Is it healthy to the roots of this tree? Maybe it's harmful for the tree? If it's not the correct way, then I will not do it again.