Transplanting Fruit Trees?

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In order to transplant fruit trees, you need to do it while they are still young. Dig all around the tree and extract it including all of its roots. Next, take a sufficiently large hole and bury its roots once again.
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1. Plan your transplant when the fruit tree is dormant. The best time is when the tree is completely dormant, and you are expecting temperatures above freezing for a couple of weeks
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Good Afternoon Tew.Anne, I have nine (9) fruit trees but no cherry tree. I wish I could plant a cherry tree. My wife was raised in Virginia. She loves cherries. I truly believe she
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Transplanting is a serious adjustment for a tree so it may take a couple of years to settle down to it's normal cycles.
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About the same as other states, but thank you for the reference, zone knowledge helps. Transplant when trees are dormant, but just starting to wake up (no visible signs but underground
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