Planting Trees in Your Garden

What to Consider When Planting

So you’re thinking about planting some trees in your garden for the first time. This is a great idea, as adding more shade and life to your yard can make it much more enjoyable and relaxing! But before you go out and buy any trees, there are a few things that you should consider: how old do I want my new tree(s) to be? What size should they be? How many of them do I need? There’s no wrong answer – if you click on this website we’ll help guide you through everything.

The first thing you need to consider is how old you want your trees to be. You can either purchase saplings or seedlings – but they are not the same thing! A “sapling” will grow into a full sized tree,

Secondly, you’ll need to determine what size you want your trees. You can choose from “dwarf” or “semi-dwarf” varieties, depending on how big they will get in the future. These are perfect for smaller yards!

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And lastly, decide if you only want one tree or two – it’s up to you! After all of these considerations have been made, go out and buy yourself some new plants! And when planting them don’t forget that water is an essential factor; make sure they stay hydrated while getting established . Planting trees not only makes your yard look great but also reduces city pollution , which helps everybody breathe easier.

How to take care of your new trees:

In order to have a healthy, happy tree in your yard you’ll need to take care of it properly. When planting the tree make sure that there is plenty of space for it to grow and be planted at least 15 feet away from any buildings . Also remember that they should be watered every day until they are established – this can take up to two or three years! If needed, add mulch around the base which will help retain moisture and also keep weeds out. And lastly if you want leaves on both sides of the trunk (for deciduous trees) then simply don’t remove them when raking after autumn has come , but only do so with coniferous evergreens like pines or firs.

We hope you’ve found this guide helpful and that you’re now ready to plant some trees in your garden! As always, if you have any questions feel free to give us a call or stop by our store. We would be happy to help!