How much should I water after transplanting evergreen trees?

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To water transplanted evergreen trees, you should first mulch the base. Water thoroughly every 3 to 5 days.
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Autumn. The soil is still warm from summer but the ambient temperatures are lower so the plant does not get heat stress and can put energy into root growth over the winter. Source
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1. Soak the area around the fruit tree's roots thoroughly three days before transplanting. Water until the soil is damp in a 4-foot diameter circle and water has penetrated 2 feet
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How to Transplant Evergreen Trees
Evergreen trees may need to be transplanted to other areas of the yard because of their immense height. It is essential for the gardener to think about how tall the tree will grow before planting. When an evergreen starts to get too tall for its site, it... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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