How much should I water after transplanting evergreen trees?


To water transplanted evergreen trees, you should first mulch the base. Water thoroughly every 3 to 5 days.
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1. Mulch the base of the transplanted evergreen with organic, nutrient-rich soil-mixed with compost, manure, and/or peat moss-to 5 feet out at up to 6 inches thick. These rich mixes
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
1. Prepare to transplant the white oak sapling in the spring as soon as the ground is thawed but before the first buds appear on the tree. 2. Measure the diameter of the oak sapling's
1. Choose the site for your tree. Make sure it will get at least 6 to 8 hours of sun a day. Weeping cherry trees can spread 20 to 40 feet wide so make sure there's room for the tree
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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 »
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