Understanding bare-root trees and shrubs
Early spring between the time the ground thaws but before the buds break is one of two optimal times during the year for planting bare-root trees and shrubs. Autumn is a second good time to plant. Soil temperature and moisture levels encourage active root growth. Lower air temperature and dormant crowns also help minimize transplant shock.
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