Dig a hole the depth of the pot. Put the tree in its hole and replace most of the soil. Water well, let the water drain and put back the rest of the soil. Put a mulch around your tree and water once a week for the first season. Remove your trees from the box. The very first thing to do is un-wrap your trees/5(23K).
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for city use only. case number: _____ date submitted: _____. And here’s why to plant this fall, why you won’t regret it and what you can do to support your evergreen: 1) Fall is cooler. Which means it’s more comfortable to be outside, for you and your evergreen. Planting isn’t such a workout, moisture doesn’t evaporate as quickly, freshly planted trees lay down their roots in a much more hospitable setting and your evergreen doesn’t have such a shock when it goes in the ground.
2) Fall. There are many reasons to plant evergreen trees in your landscape. Unlike deciduous trees that lose their leaves in winter, evergreens (including broad leaved evergreens such as holly trees and magnolia trees), and needle leaved evergreens (like pine trees and cedars), maintain their green color all year round.
The best evergreen trees tend to be more drought tolerant, more. Sep 09, Fall is the perfect season to plant trees in Southern California. Our mild winters, with fairly warm days, cool nights and occasional rain, help these large plants. Oct 06, While fall is a great time for planting trees, we’re breaking down the best time of year to plant all different types and species of trees below. Also, a good rule is to plant at least four to six weeks before either the extreme conditions of winter or.