Gallery of Poorly Planted Trees
7/2/2020 10:13:04 am
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11/3/2021 08:43:01 pm
It helped when you mentioned that small wounds on your tree may cause major damage. My uncle mentioned to me last night that he is hoping to buy new plants for his garden and asked if I have any idea what is the best option to do. Thanks to this informative article and I'll be sure to tell him that he can consult a trusted plant nursery service in town as they can answer all his inquiries and will provide good-quality plants.
6/8/2022 02:56:49 am
Thank you for letting me know that the trunk shouldn't be damaged when moving trees. My mother wants to plant tree spades in our backyard. I should advise her to look for a store that supplies tree spades of all sizes and mountings.
11/21/2022 02:13:29 pm
I appreciate the advice you shared about how it is important to make sure that you don't plant a tree too deeply. My wife and I are wanting to purchase tree seedlings from a local nursery that we can plant in our backyard. It seems like it could be a good idea for us to dig the holes for the seedlings before we go out and purchase them.
12/22/2022 04:27:01 pm
My mom wants to plant fruit trees in her backyard next spring, so she's eager to find more information on how to plant them and which ones to choose. I liked what you explained about the importance of digging a quality hole for your tree to avoid damaging its roots, so I'm sure my mom will be interested in reading this. I appreciate your advice on planting a tree and how to do it successfully.
3/16/2023 01:30:42 pm
It stood out to me when you mentioned that you need to avoid damaging the trunk when you transport a tree. I want to plant some lemon trees in my backyard and I imagine that the trees won't create high-quality fruit with damaged trunks. Working with an arborist seems like the most appropriate way to transport a tree.
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Amy Grewe, Certified Arborist & Co-Owner