Planting trees and shrubs

Whether you raise your own trees and shrubs or buy them from a garden center or nursery, at some point you will have to transfer them into their permanent positions. In order to give the young tree or shrub a good start, you first need to understand its specific requirements.

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3 Responses to Planting trees and shrubs

  1. Gina says:

    Your definitely right. My husband just planted an avocado tree.

  2. James Mann says:

    We are still getting a feel for our new home and property but we already know it has to change quite a bit.We have a few very mature trees, Maple and Pine. The Maple trees are along the curb but we don’t have any that are inside our property line.I took a few maple keys that filled our yard last week when we had a huge wind storm. But I didn’t need to plant those as I found a couple of keys that had already rooted and had a little Maple tree, about 3 inches tall ready to be planted in a pot.Once it gets a bit bigger we can plant it and any others I find around our property for our kid’s kids to enjoy.

  3. shawn says:

    thanks gina for your comments.

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