Planting and transplanting trees and shrubs is a relatively easy do-it-yourself landscaping project. We want to increase your rate of success by giving you a better understanding of the whole process.
With thousands of different varieties to choose from, we can help you select the right stock for your needs.
trees soften the landscape with their foliage. and can make great focal points. Trees give the element of height to your landscape designs, and provide shade with their thick canopies.
They can add interest and color in all seasons, or provide privacy depending on the variety you have chosen. Whatever your reason for adding trees or shrubs, we want them to become healthy and strong additions to your Dream-yard.
You can easily spend thousands of dollars planting trees or planting shrubs, so the proper steps must be taken to ensure your investment thrives. Our goal is to protect your investment showing you how to properly install these features yourself.
Working with your local nursery representatives is a great place to start. They will help you become more familiar with the products, methods, soil conditions, and climate of your particular region. We will cover all this and more in this module.
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We would like to know the specific conditions that you encounter with trees, shrubs and soil conditions in your region. Our goal is to have helpful information for any project, no matter where you live in the world.
NOTE: Trees and shrubs can also be referred to as woody plants, or "Stock". We may also use these terms periodically throughout this article.
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Table of Contents: Transplanting Trees
Introduction: Transplanting Trees
E. Caring for Newly Planted Trees
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