The Best Time To Plant Trees
Released on: October 28, 2011, 1:25 pm
Author: Mike Smith
Industry: Consumer Services
Planting a tree follows a certain schedule during the year. You cannot just plant trees whenever you feel like it. Trees, especially when they are still very young, are very delicate and can be very sensitive to specific weather conditions. Knowing the right time to plant trees will increase the trees' chances of survival.
For an expert's advice on tree planting , you can contact a tree service Cumming, GA company nearest your place. These companies have long years of experience caring for trees. They offer all kinds of services related to trees, including landscaping , tree removal , tree planting , tree trimming , etc. You need their services especially if your tree planting project involves plenty of trees and preparing a wide area for planting.
But the existence of these tree service companies doesn't mean you need not learn some basic information about tree planting . It's not all the time that you need to hire the services of professionals. Tree planting, especially if it only involves a few trees to be planted in your backyard, can be simple. The first thing you should learn is identifying the best time of the year when to do the planting.
In general, early spring or late winter is the best time to plant trees. If your schedule doesn't permit it, then your next best choice is autumn. Never plant trees on a summer, when the weather's too hot. Growing plants are sensitive to too much heat. It's not good to plant in full winter, too, for the sole reason that the ground will have frozen at this time. But if you did your digging before winter, then it's all right to plant during winter. When you plant at early to middle of winter, you have to sufficiently water your plants.
While intense heat is one of the major enemies of newly-planted saplings, lack of water for their roots is a different consideration. This is one thing you need to consider during winter, which is not a dry time of the year. But still, your plants' roots may not receive enough water. The snow's moisture cannot seep through the soil and into the roots unless the snow has melted and the ground has thawed.
The wet and cold weather condition might fool you into thinking that your newly-planted trees are getting enough supply of water for their delicate roots. On the contrary, what happens in cold climates is that there's some sort of a desert condition happening as far as trees are concerned. That's why always make sure you water your plants during these cold times.
Contact: Mike Smith
Premiere Tree Services of Cumming
1735 Buford Hwy Ste. 215-272
Cumming, GA 30041
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