Fall planting makes good sense! If you are planning to plant trees from mid-August through October, choose moderate sized plants that will establish easily.
Fall is the best time to plant trees and shrubs. When adding trees and shrubs to your landscape, planting in the fall offers several benefits.
During the spring and throughout the growing season, your favorite evergreen trees and shrubs are subject to attack from pests.
Before winter sets in, there are just a few things you should do to give your trees and shrubs the best chance of surviving another cold, harsh winter.
During the summer months, as rainfall is decreasing and temperatures climb, at times well past the 90s, trees and shrubs suffer in much the same ways as your lawn grass.
When it comes to building and maintaining a thick, heathy lawn, shallow tree roots compete with turf grass for both water and nutrients.
The fall season is the perfect time to plant trees. Planting in the fall gives trees an extra growing season before the stress of summer.