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Make a small 'nick' in the bark at the base of the tree and if there are signs of healthy white wood and greening on the inside layer of the bark it could be that the roots are still alive.
If there is no sign of life then lift the tree and look at the roots they will be dark brown and there is unlikely to be any white or light brown 'healthy' root.
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The Wollemi Pine starts to need copious amounts of water when the flush of growth arrives in the late spring, until then just make sure that the compost is just kept moist.
The new growth emerging on my Wollemi Pine is bronze or brown in colour.
If you are putting you tree in a container use a mix of John Innes no3 and Ericaceous compost.
Incorporate some slow release fertiliser into the compost along with the sachet of Root Grow that is supplied with the tree.