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Our nurseries are stocked with acres of hand selected, pristine plant material. Plus, our highly-trained and knowledgeable sales staff can help you select the right material and answer questions you may have.

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  • Use proper spacing for maximum growth.
  • Be sure you have a sufficient water supply.
  • Dig a saucer shaped hole twice as wide and the same depth as the root ball. When the tree is in the ground it should be at the same level or slightly higher than the soil level.
  • Put the tree in the hole, making sure it is straight and not too deep.
  • Fill the hole about 1/2 of the way with soil. Place fertilizer, B1 or Bioplex Biostimulant and
  • Mycorhizae around the root ball of the tree and finish filling the hole with soil.
  • Remove strings or straps that are tied around the trunk of the tree. Pull the burlap back from the trunk of the tree. DO NOT remove all the burlap or the wire basket. This holds the root ball intact.
  • Pack the soil firmly but gently and water thoroughly. Allow the water to help the soil settle. Add more soil, bringing the soil level up so that it is not any higher that the soil level of the root ball.
  • Create a basin around the root ball of the tree. Turn water on a slow drip and allow the basin to fill with water.
  • Add mulch (no more than 2” deep), such as compost or bark around the tree to help retain moisture. Keep mulch 2” to 3” away from the trunk.
  • Wrap the tree with nursery tree wrap in the winter to avoid sunburn and cracking.


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