It might seem a bit counter-intuitive, but this late in the Fall is a great time to plant new trees. In the Spring or Summer, your trees and other plants are actively growing, pushing water up, processing sunshine, and etc. When a plant is dug up, these processes are brought to an abrupt halt. The plants can ‘re-boot’ themselves, so to speak, when they are transplanted, but sometimes the functional parts of the tree will sustain trauma and damage.
But in the late Fall, the cold makes the trees go dormant, and dormancy protects the plant from transplant shock.
Here we are, rolling out 7 Eastern Red Cedars for planting at a customer’s home …
… and here are a couple of full grown Maples, ready to go as well.
Need full grown trees? Contact us!